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Full text of "Green's Connecticut annual register and United States Calendar"

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FOR THE S T A T E OF 

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| Connecticut ; 

I For the Year of oijr LORD, 1 

! '797; I 

§ BEING THE TWENTY-FIRST OF | 
| THE INDEPENDENCE *0F THE | 

| UNITED STATES. 

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| NEW-LO Np%kjf: 

Prikted and Sold by 
| SAMUELGREEN. |^ 

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Eclipses in the Year 1797. 

THERE will be five Eclipfes this year, in the 
following order, viz. 
The firft will be a very fmall eclipfe of the g>, 
May 26th, at 4 o'clock in the morning, invifible. 
The fecond will be of the Moon, June 9th, at ! 
7 o'clock in the morning, invifible. 0's long, 

The third will be of the Sun, June 24th, at 1 1 
o'clock 45 min. in the forenoon, invifible to us 
by reafon of the moon's northern latitude. Q's 
ong. 05 3 . 2 8'. ©'slat. 1 degree N. increafing. 

The fourth will be a vifible and total eclipfe 
of the Moon, December 3d, at night. 
By calculation as follows : h. hK. fee. 
Beginning of the eclipfe 10 $0 2i(App,time 
Beginning of total darknefs 1 1* 9 37(in the eve- 
Middle of the eclipfe n 53 50(ning. 
End of total d'kn'fs {4 day) o 4$ 3 Morning 
End & full recov'y of light 1 47 19 
Duration of total darknefs 1 38 26 
Duration of the eclipfe 3 36 58 
Ouant'yof greateft immerf.20. 5 digits. 

The fifth will be of the Sun,;'December 18th, 
at 2 o'clock in the morning, invifible. 



ig, invii 



Chronological Cycl^, or Vulgar 
Notes for 

Dominical Letter, A. ^ C Roman Indiaion, 1 q 
Golden Number, 12 Numb, of Direction, 6 
'^P a ^ ; 1 [I Dyonyfia» Period, 126 

Cycle of the Sim, 14 J I Julian Period, 6 5 iO 



Jan u a r y, hath 31 days. 



jFirft quarr. 6 day, 2 morn. 
Full moon 12 dav, 8 aftem. 



1797. 



Lali quart. 19 day,. 4 afterilW 
New moon 27 day,' .9 aft err | 



MjW| Kalendar, &c. |0r.|Qfet|F.fea.|r.}) i| 



i|A 



2 ? 2 

is 

414 
5 ! S 

6;6 

T7 



• J 



Circumei. 1) lat. 53 
£J 2 CVr/ windy iota* 

ttir, ftrhzpsfnozu, 7 
Bay break 5b, 41 hi 
cr 7YZZW, or hail. 
Epiphany D J 
yH (o. 8h. 1 6m. ; 
lift Surki, pad Epiph. 
o>. Idlcnels hasnoadvoc-l 
ales, bu£ many friend?. 1 
3 Perigi /V,»^ /<?£/? cut 
SO} .far an eafUrly 
13'Sjj lat. 3 N\ High tides. 
14 7 j flcrm 

i$'A\M paftJE 



103 

1 1 1 4 

1 25 



7 
7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 
act pain i- pip*. 7 

U62 Days Ici'.gthv ■<)!). 23m.!7 
1*7 3 ' Snozojiiindy, J7 

I1S4 low tide^ lA:7/>» ca/.-/.J7 
ji95 ; 0in;~ 8jraor t n0 iJ7 
06 j L'wil. ends 6h. 30m. J7 
Jaij.7 J£;w<r pUtvLint weatr.erf.'j 
\\ 2d 'pa it Epiph. 7 

7*s fo. 7I1. Sm. J7 

> Apogee, 
d O D 






*4B 



29 A 4th 




43 2 
43 2 
4 33 
4 33 
4 34 
4 34 
4 35 
4 3 6 
4 3 6 
4 37 
43* 
4 38 

4 39 

440 

4 40 

441 
442 

4 43 

16 4 44 

i5|445 
1 4 j 4 46 

134 47 

4 4* 

4 49 
■J .5° 
4 5i 
45^ 
4 53 
4 54 

1 53 
4 *6 



11 43 

12 26 

1 9 

1 5 2 

2 35 

3 18 

4 7 
45 6 

5 52 



7 3\ 

9 3S 1 

10 42 

11 47 
morn 

o 53] 

2 r 

3 M 



6 49' 4 3< 

7 50! 5.47 

8 50 } nfc. 

9 5^1 5 & 

10 57' 6 

1 1 42' 8 

12 30' 9 

1 18,1.0 

2 211 

2 46 morn. 

3 3°-° 4 J 

4 13' 
4 57 



6 4* 

6 27 

7 M 

848 
9 5^ 

11 1 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
j lets 

5 3 l 

6 29] 

7 2 

8 qo» 



February hath 28 days. 



1797. 



f'irit quart. 4 day, 2 attern. 
Full moon 11 day 7 morn. 



L^ft quart. 18 day, 11 morr. 
New moon 26 day, 3 aftern. 



M j W| Kalendar, & c. 



9 
10 
1 1 
12 

13 
i4|3 
15 
16 



1* A 



20 2 

N3 

224 

2315 
24'6 

517 
26jA 
27 2 

2b 3 



Moderate weather. 
Purif.B.V.M. Candle- 
Day b'l^h. 20m. (mas. 
n©J Low tides. 
5th paft Epiph. 
Alliance with France 
Snow or rain, (1778. 
Days leng. 1 oh. 1 2m. 
]) Perigee. Dw// 
Full tides, weather. 
G. Washington born 
Septuag.(d^> ('32. 
ft os 
Valentine. 

More /now, 

then fome pkafant 

Twil. ends 7I1. 57m. 

ira X. n§) Low 

Sexagefima. (tides. 

zvtather, 
Days leng. loh. 44m. 

> Apogee. Chilly 
winds. 

St. Matthias. 

i£<2z?t or fnon*. 
Quinquagefi. A J 

> lat. 5 S. TVfsre 
Shro, Tuef. pkafant. 



|p r. |Sfrfet.lF.fea.|r.pf. 

^2~6 




The planet Venus will be morning ftar unti* 
May 29 then evening flar to 



March bath 31 -days. 







, , 797- 



V 



irU quarc. 5 d»/> midnight. IlLalt quart. 20 day, 5 snorrf 
ijll mepn 12 day, 6 aftcrn.|lN"ew moon 28 day, 6 morrf 



M 1 W J Kalendar, &c. |0ri.| Qf. |F. fea . r. f M 



14 
1 

7 
A 



.12 

J 3 

«5 

:? 

••si 
20 



Day break 4b. 46m 
7*s fet midnight, 
ift in Lent. 0©> 



Aih-Wcdn, or the id 6 27*5 33-11 12 



of Lent. (St. David.,6 25 



6 24 

6 23 
6 21 



Low tides. Unfettled6 20 

Tw, (horteft. weather. 

i P<^ r [g. CAz#y winds. 
He featters enjoy 

ment who can enjoy 

muc!) 

2d in Lent. <PS> ^ 
2 j]) Iat. 5 N. Jtormfrom 
3.^28n. thee after ti- 



the ec 
i, /wow 



board, 

ram. 
//. Patrick, 



or 



A 3d in Lent. in f 
n0D {10 P.M. 

Low tides. 7*$ fet u 
j) Apo. Sow* (o'd'k. 
pic if at weather, 
6 j but windy^flying 
257 ;Annunc. V.Fv 
26 A 4th in Lejflr Rain. 

2 Twti. ends 7 h . 7m. 

3 <J0!) "Pretty full tides 

1294 j) !a;. 4 S. ^.7ia> 
go 5 weather. 

jf/6 Days !en*r. 1 2H. 30m. 



6 19 

6 17 
6 16 
6 14 
6 13 
6 12 
6 10 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 
5 59, 

56[6 

556 

clouds ..5 5S\6 

5 52|6 

5 5*& 



5 35 11 
5 36 
5 37 
5 39 
5 40 
5 4i 
5 43 
5 44 
5 46 
5 47 
5 4» 
5 50 
95 5i 
5 53 
5 54 
5 56 
5 5 
55 

5 59 
6 



12 44 
* 3 



5*> 



? 5 
21 
i3 
16 

*o 

10 



» 3 

9 3* 

10 4* 

11 54 
morn. 

1 4 



8 55 •rife 
Hi 6 
3g 7 5 



9 441 6 49 

7 
9 6 



12 2:10 13 


12 4^11 17 


1 35-morn. 


2 22! 18 


3 l0 ' * *9 

3 5&! 2 10 


4 451 3 1 


5 3 2 | 3 42 

6 18; 4 23 


7 3 4 5" 


7 4Z 5 2fl 

8 31 6 1 


9 l^fcfets. 


10 3 7 39 



5 496 

5 486 12 

5 47 6 ^i 10 4**. 8 49 

5 45 ^ 1 5J 1 1 4 0l ° ° 



Apr j l, h»th 30 days. 



*797- 



&i It quart. 4 day, K morn. 
)rju!l moan, 11 dav, < mom. 



Latk qjart, iS day, midnight. 
v'ew moon 26 day, 7 afrcrn. 



rfld|W| Kalendar, &c. ' |ffiri.|* >fet,\F.(ea.|r.«3. 



i,7 

43 
54 
6i 5 



71° 
8,7 

9f A 
10 2 

n|3 
124 

13M 
140 



7*s fet 10b. 13m. GW5 44 



32 
3i 
3o|6 



» 



266 
4246 
6 

2<j6 

6 
6 

6 

*i 

6 

26 

6 



9 

57 

28 < 7 45 

29! 8 31 

$0 9 18 
3210 5 
33j 10 52 
34* 1 * 4° 
36J12 28 



5th in Lent. m<rnin^s\^ 42 

Day's len. 12b. 38m. 15 41 

> Perig. G0> andfc 39 

evenings. F leaf ant 5 38 

An indifcreet man is|5 36 

like an uniealed let-U 35 6 

ter : every body may 5 346 

Palm Sunday, (read it, 
JJiowtrs '. 

$0$ Plea/ant 

j) lat. 4 N. weather, 

Day break 3b. 40m. 

Good Friday. 

- Shozatry, and 
6|A|Eafter Sunday. 
17*2 ;J> Apogee, perhaps 
iSUjnC&J) L.tidcs..Mtf«-5 2, 
19J4 in Q 11 m °r. ^.'5 J 9 
2a5i6av's leng. 13b. 2401.5 18 
2ij6JTivil. ends 8b. 33m. {5 17 
2 2l7 7*s fet 9h. 4m. J5 15 

23JA!ift Sund. paft Eafter.!5J*4 
24J2 j Yju may expeel m x 3 
2 513 jSt. Mark Evan. J5 1 2 

26J4 d©i ram about 5 h 

27I5 J lat. 3 S. this timers *$) 
286 J bpend no t me idly ;« f 5 8 
29 7 tbe fields and gardens 5 7 6 
30: A want your labor, ?g' 6\6 ^ 1 2 



16 12 33 
18 i 29 
19! 2 25 
21-3 22 
22 j .4 20 

2 4 5 *4 
25! ^ 
26; 6 



ii 12 
morn.j 



37* 1 17 morn, 
2 6 



3 

39 

41 

42 

43 

45 

4 S 

4 
4 

49j 
5* 

5 2 i 
53, 



3 3 

3 4C 

4 25 

5 »i 

5 54 

6 37 

r 

8 54 

9 4 

10 37| 9 
m 3 



20 
27 
2 5 
2 3 
I 

41 
11 

4i 
J rife. 

8 o 

9 10 
10 19 

11 10 



> fets. 
7 4# 






May, hath 31 days. 



F/rft quart. 3 day, 1 aftern. 
Full moon 10 day, 6 aftern. 



i79 7 



Lad quart. iS day, 9 aftern | 
New moon 26 day, 4 mornl 



M[W| Ktlendar, &c. \&r. 



2 5i5 
2.66 

2717 
2 8|A 

292 

31 '.4 



1 2 St. Phil. & Ja's. > Ap. 5 

2 3 Day's len. 13b. 54m. I5 
3 4 Gen.El. Newp. n0)J5 
45 Low tides. Tl-e little^ 

6 man never feels andJ5 
67 forgives offences. 4 59 
A 3d p. Eafter. P leaf ant 458 
2 7*s fet 8 o'cl, weather.^ 57 
Now look out 4 56 
£©) Full tides, /or 4 55 
Gen Elect. Hartford. 4 54 
rattf, (> lat. 2N.4 53 
then p leaf ant 4 5 
4th Sund. pail Eafter. 4 5 

weather. (+ Apog 4 50 

&?wze thunder fiowers, 4 49 

Twil. ends 9b. 18m, 4 48 

D0) Low tides. 4 47 

Y r ery daik day, ,1780. 4 4^ 

inn 11 morn. 4 

Rogation. P leaf ant 4 44 

weather. 4 43 

Day's leng. 1^1, 36m 4 42 

TVje cloudd 4 42 

Afcenfion. lfe«^£ 4 41 

d© J rain? 4 4° 

Twili. endf^i, 31m. 4 39 

> Perjf^lr-Iigh tides. 4 39 

1 |ffji* plea/ant 4 38 

weather. \ 37 

ken. Eleft. Bofton. 4 37 



6 57 
658 

^59 

07 o 

7 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 






IF.fea. 



1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

*3 

7 *4 

7 16 

7 



1 30 

2 26 

3 22 

4 13 

5 4 

5 51 

6 37 

n 

8 54 

9 4? 

10 2 

11 16 

12 4 
12 51 



52 
35 

i: 7'\ 
3 



1 
2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
6 

6 _ 

7 4* 

8 32 

9 27 

10 2$ 

11 2 5 

12 25 
1 21 

' 2 "i 7 



1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
4 
4 

J rife. 
8 6 

9 
10 

10 58 

11 47 



— - Tils 

morn ■ 
O 3a 

24 

49 
22 

49 
16 

43 



37:morn, 



3 o 27 



2 



2 

3 

3 56 

4 26 
> fets 

9 *< 

10 20 

11 14 
morn 

01c 



June hath 30 days. 



1797* 



Jrft quart. 1 day, 8 attern.llLalt quart. 17 day, 1 arV.nr; 
n| ill moon 9 Hay, 7 morn. |jNew moon 24 day, ^tji^on 
| l W| KalendarT&c. l0ri.l70{ct|F.fca. ]r.^ & 



'f 

H2 


5 
6 


N 

•1 


7 
A 


n 


2 
3 


7 

8 
9 


4 

5 


t-o|7 

11 A 


12,2 


'3 


; 3 



n0} Pica] ant 
Day's len. 14b. 48m. 

weather. 
Whit Sunday. 
Fly pleafure that will 
fling to-morrow. 
Fine weather. 
Daybreak 2h. 17m, 
$0 j Soma king 

windy absut this 
Trinity Sund. } Apo. 
St. Barnabas. time. 
Thunder flowers, 
i4'4;Lifcis y fperit before 
15 ,5 ivve know what it is to 
6 6 .live. inmanypUaes. 
7j7ln0 > Low tides. 
18 Ajift San. pad Trinity. 
19I2 j 6Wd rm'tt. 

20.3 \0 in £5 8p.m. Longeit 
2j»4!Days len. 15b. (days. 
22 5jTwil. ends 9b. 52/n. 
2 3p ! ft-22 II Thunder. 
$t.Jn. Bap. rf©]) 
2d p. Tim. j)'Per. 

Plea] ant weather. 
Days fhorlened 2m. 

//o* weather. 
St. Feter & St. Paul. 
trhaps thunder. 



-4 


7 


2 5 
26 


A 
2 


2 7 
28 


3 
4 


29 

3° 


5 



36 

36 

3-3 

34 

34 

33 

33 

33 

3 

3 2 

3 2 

3 

3 1 

3i 
'A 3 1 
4 3 H7 
4 3*S 
4 3°"/ 
4 3°j7 
4 3°7 
4 3^7 
4 3°7 
4 3°7 
4 3° 
4 3 1 
4 3 1 
4 3^ 
4 3 1 ' 
4 3 1 
4 3* 



24 
24 

2 5 
26 
26 
27 
27 
27, 
28J 9 
28J10 

28 j lO 

29111 

2 9 |l 2 



3°> 6 

3° 

00 



9.12 



56 

1 36 

2 

2 39 

3 * 
3 1 

3 3 6 

4 ° 
J rife. 

8 58 

9 4 
10 29 

M 5 

114a 

morn, 
o 7 
35 

67 

1 >8 

1 4$ 

2 1 2 

2 46 

3 2! 

9 ! Dtets, 

** 9 7 
b j 9 50 

7I10 50 
59J11 22 

5 1 ll 54 

37|m©na 



5 

55 
40 

24 

9 

54 
39 
25 

13 
1 

4 8 

35 
21 

7 
49 
3 2 
*3 

54 
40 
26 

'9 
1 2 

1Q 



July hath 31 days. 



12iZ^ 

Firft quart. 1 day, 3 morn. IlLali quart. 16 day, 3 afterrv 

Full moon, 8 day, 10 artern.|jNew moon 23 day, 7 aftern. 

Firft qu^rt. 30 day, noon 



MjWj Kalendar, Sec. 



x 
3.2 

4:3 



U Q J To. tides. if<?* ? 
3d p. Trinity. 
fultry. 

InDEPENDEECE. 



j®rj : |01et.|F.{ea.|r.>s 
C 



Day br'k ah. com 
17 )Apo. 80® Rain. 
qly\4th p. Trin. jlat^S. 
| 2 [thunder ab't this time 
nlgJDays leng. 14b. 481T1J4 36J7 
1 2)4 7*8 rife oh. 40m. mor. 4 37I7 23 
l or I Shew me a liar and 1 4 38 7 22' 
iVfejwili Qiew yot*a thief,J4 387 22 
15171 Plea/ant weather. L 39*7 21 
i6JA;5 th palk Trin. n©*!! 40!; 2c 
Mahomet died 634)4 40,7 20 



4 3 2 |7 

3 2 " 

4 3 2 
4 33 



2& 



7 2»| 

7 28J 
7 2 7 
337 2 7 

4 33J7 2 7 

4 34I7 26 

4 3417 26 
4 3517 2 5 
4 36J7 2 4 



I3ME. 64. Thunder fliozo~\ 4 41*7 1*9 4 



*9 4 

20J5 

216 

227 

:r 

2 4|2 

2 5'3 
2614 

A1 



Lommen, Cambridge^ 427 18 
- ers in many places. 4 43 7 17 
7*s rife at midnight, h 43*7 17 
in & 7 morn. (4 4417 16 

6th pa ft Trin t> @ Per. 4 45I7 1 



28 

29 
30 

3M 2 



High tides. (tf 0© 
Dog days begirr. St, 
Hot wtatktff* (James, 

jp*" 0»d fume 
Tvvil. l ends 9b. 15m. 

. rain. 
'7th paft Trinity. 

Thunder. 



22 

7 
, ri 
36 
22 

9 

56 
44 
33j 

2 

44 
26 

8 

5 1 
33 
16 

5 

55 
5 ? < 
5° 



4 
5 
6 

I 

9 

10 47 

11 42 

12 31 
1 19 
2 
2 



4 4° ( '7 1 4 
4 47:7 *3 
4 4B,7 12 
4 49J7 11 

4 50.7 10 

4 5V 9 

4 5 2 7 

4 537 7 ] 3 3 6 ; morn ^ 



2C 

4 

1 10 

1 3 
2 

2 3 

8 20 

8 5c 

9 36 
10 2 
10 s 

10 53 

11 16 
1 1 40 
morn. 

4 

°'3 

1 

1 56 

5° 2 44 
51 ©fcts, 

5i] 8 33 
9 * 
9 52 
10 

1© 44 
fri 1 11 

.f2 11 39 



August hath 31 days. 



tail moon 7 day, 1 attern. 
Lad quart. 15 day, 10 aftern. 

" W|'HKalendar7&~ 

3 Lammas. Fine we at her. \^ 54 



1797* 



M 



New moon 22 day, 2 morn 
Firft quart. 29 day, 2 morn 



2 45 
2 5~ 
267 

27 



4 j The devil goes fhares4 

5 in gaming. Some 4 56 



|0Ti.|0fgt| F.fca[r .])s, 

7 06 



97 



304 



5 

4 

3 

7 2 

59J7 cl 

6 59 



6 ram, wiM thunder. 4 57 7 

7 J7*s rife 1 1 o'clock. 4 
A 8th paft Trin. ]) Apo. 4 

<?©}>. Jlat^S. 5 

3 Sultry hot 5 

4 , weather. 5 2 

5 Day break 3I1. 6!!?, 5 4 

6 Perhaps 5 5 

7 thunder in fome 5 6 
A 9th paft Trinity, 5 7 

2 places. 5 8 

3 D0§ Low tides. 5 9 
Rain about this time. 5 11 

5 Twili. ends 8h. 40m 

6 Days leng. 13b. 34m J5 
P leaf ant, — then rain} 5 

10th paft Trin. #Per.|5 16 

7*srife ioo'cIo. Full'5 17 

0in ig 2p.m. d©#5 " 

Coinm.Dartm. (tides.'5 

St. Bartholom. About s $ 21 

Mi\f /z*?e 5 22 

p leaf ant p 5 23 

11th paft Trinity, 5 25 

Thunder. 5 26 

St.Jn.ba.beh. n€f*5 2 7 

Low tides. Afore rainJ-5 28 



|5 12 
*3 
M 



20 
6 

5 2 
40 

2 9 
15 

1 

47 



6 5840 28 
6 5611 10 

6 55. 11 52 
6 5412 34 

^ 4 
652 

65, 
649 
648 

6 47 
646 

6 44 
6 43 
6 42 
6 41 

6 39 



33 
8 

44 
33 
3. 2 3 
J rife, 

8 o 



38 

7 3 8 

8 34 

9 3° 
10 21 



11 



3 X !5 I7*s rife 9b. 24m. ^5 30 



638,11 
6 37 
6 35 
6 34 
6 33 
63 
639) 



1 1 

58 

12 45 



9 43 
10 8 

10 33 



1 1 


9 


11 

mc 


46 
rn 





37 


1 


29 


2 


3° 


8 


3° 


]) fets. 


8 


M 


8 


43 


9 


7 



3 2 

S5|»i 44 
43imorn,| 



10 3 2 

11 8 



September hath 30 days, 



I79> 



Full moon 6 day, 4 morn, 
Laft quart. 13 day, 6 aftern 



M|W1 Kalendar, &c. 



New moon 20 day, 10 morn 
Firft quart. 27 day, .6 aftern 



Honor & eafe are fel 
dom bedfellows, i 3 /^- 
12th p. Trin. J)Apo. 
Dog days end. Jant 
weather, but fomet king 
Commen.Prov. £<J, jHjTgS 
> 's lat. 5 S. windy 1 '5 39 



@ri.|@fet 



F.iea 



r.Js, 



,|6 

2 



o 3 1 
5 3 2 
5 34 
5 35 
5>3 6 



6\Cool even'gs & morn's! 5 40 
7 7*s rife 8h. 52m. [5 42 
AU3thpaft Trinity. (5 43 
2 j /£tf*« a&w* Mij time! 5 44 
gjDay's leng. i2h. 28m. 5 46 6 14 



4jCommer\c. N. Haven. 5 47 
5 Low tides. ( O © J 4 5 49 



*9 

20 

21 
22 

2 3 

24 

2 5 
26 

2 

2 9 
3°;7 



P leaf ant 
weather. 
14th p. Trih. jPerig 
Rain and 

wind about this time, 
<£Q) Full tides. 
St. Matthew. 
in £: 9 morning. 

An equinoclial gale. 
15th paft Trinity. 
7*s rife 7b. 55m. 
Day's leng. tih. 50m, 
Twil. ends 7b. 32m. 
Low tides. ( D C 
St. Michael. Plea/ant 
fr Apo. for the feafon 



9 
10 

10 41 

11 25 

12 10 



50 
5* 
53 
54 
55 
51 
5*6 
59 6 
5 



6 13 
6 11 
6 10 
6 09 
6 07 
6 6 
6 5 
3 
2 

01 

59 



12 58 9 15 



1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 8 

8 10 

9 

9 

10 
1 1 



12 23 8 41 



October haih 31 da>s. 



1797. 



Full moon 5 day, 3 attem.l jNcw mooa 19 day, 10 a'.iern 
Laftquart. 13 day, t morn. ||Fir/t quart. 27 day, 1 aitern 



M|\Vj Kalendar, &c. J0riJQfr{p\Jcajr^ 



1 


A 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 
6 


5 
6 


I 


7 
A 




ic 


2 

3 


1 1 


4 


1'2 


5 
6 


1 •• 


7 
A 


if 


2 


1 * 

1? 


3 


1 

:»0 


5 

6 


2 o 


7 
A 


23 


2 


M 


3 


^5 

26 
28 


4 
5 
6 

7 


29 ft 


3O 2 


3 l 


3 



12 5 
*3 5 

15 5 

16 5 

5 

l 5 



*7 

*'9 

20 

6 21 

6 23 
6 24 
626 
6 27 
6 28 
630 
631 
632 

6 34 
6 35. 
636 

38 
6 39 

6 40 



6th pail Trinity 
Now comes on 
7*s rife 7I1. 26m. 
Day's ieng. nh. sSm. 
£$# afiortn. 
Day break 4h. 6m 

Windy. % lat. 4 S 
17th paft Trinity. 
More plea/ant. 
Mind your bufinefs. 
Putty good weather 
Cen. Com. N. Haven 
• Perigee, n 0# 

Moijt weather. 
18th paft Trinity, 

Windy. 
StoningtonB. Aflbci 
St. Luke Evangelift. 
(*$■• Pretty cool, 

perhaps 
Day*s leng. 1 oh. 42m. 
19th p. Inn. in n| 
tain. (5 aftern.:6 43 

More plea/ant. 6 43 
7*s rife 6 o'clock. j6 44 
Clouds up for |6 45 
°0) rain. |6 i 47 

JApog. St. Simon & 6 48 5 
ioth paft Trin. (Jude 6 49 fo 
P ."**(? £cW j6 51 
weather, (652 



48 

4c 
44 

41 

4 cj 

3? 

37 

# 

3% 

3 

3°1 

2C 
2 

2( 
2 

2 
2 
2 

1 

1 ', 



15 1 
1 

1 2 
1 1 
09 



6 
6 

7 
8 
8 

9 

10 

1 1 
ti 

1 2 

1 
2 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

8 

9 
10 
1 1 

1 2 

12 

1 

2 

3 

■4 

4 

5 
6 



N 



o v € m b k r hath 30 days 



full moon 4 day, 10 ni*rn. 
•1 quart u dav, S morn. 

M " 



New 
Firrt 



moon 18 day, 
quart. 26 da*- 



W| Kalendar, &c, |@ 



4 All Saints. 
|5 All Souls. 

6| Windy weather, 
7 Day break 5b. 18m. 
V2iftp.Trin. (£©> 

2 IPer'ps tain. (®lat. 1 S. 

3 Day's length 10 hrs 
Tfee evil we bring on 

ourfelves is hard to 
bear. ) Perige. About 
( O©]) this time 
A 2 2d pad Trinity. 

2 1 Happy the man who 

3 jfeels the pleafure of a 
1 tranquil mind. 

5 pretty good weather \ 
6j7*s fouth at midnight. 
7 Id J) Pretty full tid's 

19 A 23d pad Trinity. 

20 2 The dnids "denote 

3 © in £ 2 a f tern. 

4 Twil. ends 6h. 27m, 
j) Apogee, rairt. 

6 fViir weather, 

7 Day's leng. 9b. 22m. 
A 24th p. Trim*. D0) 

'IjOW tides. CWJ, 
r/W'v zctather. 
8m. 
psfnozir 






for J'7*s fouth lib 

SC. ^ u,lV,/)gf ' 






December hat 1 


. 31 da-s. 


1707. 


Full n;oon 3 day, iiuonighi. 


New meon 18 da) 


t 9 2 n.orn. 


Lift qinrr. 10 day, 5 astern 


Fiifl 


quart 


. 16 dav, S n» oro 


M\\\ 


; | Kalendar, &c. |$n. 


1 


9iii* 


fea.^jis. 


J 


6 


Winter is come, alas Lj 


»3 


4 


37 


7 


1 


4 5 


2 


7 


how many unprepared:^ 


2 - 


1 


3^ : 


7 


53 


**S 


3 


A 


Advent Sund. £©©7 


2/ 


i 


•« 


8 


45 


3 mej 


4 


2 


(#lat. 1 N. 


7 


2,5 


1 


35 


9 4 1 


5 22 


5 


3 


Full tides. ^ Plcafant, 


7 


25 


4 


35 


10 


38 


6 18: 


6 


4 


Twilight 6h. 18m. 


7 


2( 


t 


34 


1 1 


3<> 


7 16 


7 


5 


J Perigee. if net 


7 


2< 


4 


34 


1 2 


33 


8 22 


8 


6 


too cold, — then 


7 


2 7 


1 


33 


1 


20 


9 33 


9 


7 


7*s fouth loh. 24m. 


7 


27 


1 


33 


2 


20 


10 4 S 


10 


A 


2d in Advent. @ ) 


7 


28 


1 
t 


32 


3 


lcynonv 


1 1 


2 


comes j now. 


7 


28 


1 


3 2 


3 


57 ° * 
4*Jj * i2 


12 


3 


Day's length 9b. 4m. 


7 


28 


4 


3 2 


4 


13 


4 


Cc»/^ weather. 


7 


25 


4 


3 1 


5 


28; 2 22 


M 


5 


j*s fouth ioh. 3m. 


7 


2C 


4 


3 1 


6 


'3'! 3 3°,- 


l 5 


6 


JBluJiering weatktr 


7 


2 9 


1 


3* 


7 


i| 4 38; 


16 


7 


and a /now Jiorm 


7 


2 9 


1 


3> 


7 


491 5 44: 


7 


A 


3d in Advent. 


7 


3 C 


i 


3° 


8 


38, 6 50, 


f8 


£ 


d J) «/ Atf tt^/, 


7 


or 


1 


1^ 9 


27'@fcts, ! 


l 93 


>i'7^ way depend. 


7 


3< 


f 


2°r ° 


Ml 5 4^; 

2 ' 6 35: 


20*4 


Day's length 9 hours 


7 


& 


4 


|0 } i 1 


Mis 


'5 in V5r St, Thomas, 


7 


3 C 


i 


go u 


48. 7 32 


226 


]) Apo. Shorteft days. 


7 


8 C 


4 


3o;i2 


34; 8 2 9, 


2 a? 


More pit a (ant \ 


7 


3P 


4 


3o| 1 


tft 9 29, 


*2a 


4*h in Advent. 


7 


3f 


4 


30 1 


5810 30. 


2£;2 


Christ m a s J hen cold 


7 


2 


4 3 1 


2 


39 J1 S3 


46J8 


Sr. Stephen. llf^- J> 


7 


2 


4 


8 1 


3 


20 morn/ 


2 7|4 


Sr. John Evangeliit. 


7 


2 


4 


31 


4 


2; O 36. 


283 


innocents. The ycat 
*. * 


7 


2g 


4 


31 


4 


^45; 1 40 


2 9j 6 


draws to an end, — cir 


7 


20 


4 


31 


5 


35 2 441 


30j7 


zi-hat account can zee 


7 


^i 


3 2 i 6 


26 3 5o 


jiU 


iive, of it ? Snow.] 


7 


2814 


32] 7 


20 5 1 2ir 



Nlw French Calendar, 

commencing September 23. 

Barnes o£ Months. Englim. Ternw 

A U T U M- N, 
Vindemaire, Vintage month, from Sept. 23 to Oft. 2*^ 
Brumaire, Fog month, -*. Oel. 23 to Nov, 21 

Erimaire, Sleet month, — *. Nov. 22 to Dec 2t 

\V INTER. 

Nivoie, Snow month, — « Dec. 22 to Jan. 21 

Plavoiie, Rain month, -— Jan. 2.1 to Feb. 19 

*v r «atofe,. Wind month,., -*-• Feb. 23 to Mar. 20 

S PR I N G. 

Germinal,. Sprouts month — * Mar. 21 to Aprili9 
Floral, Flowers month, — April 2D to May 19 

Prairial, Pafture month, — -* May 20 to Jane lU 

S U M M E R. 

Meflidor, Harveft month, — June 19 to July ig 1 

Thermidor, Hot month, — July 19. to Aug. 17 

Fruftidor, Fruit month, — Aug. 18 to Sept. ;5 

Complementary days, as Feafts, dedicated to 
Les Vertus, The Virtues, Sept. 17 

Le Genie, Genius, Sept. 18 

Le Travai', Labour,. Sept. 19 

1/ Opinion, Opinion,- Sept. 2 3 

Les Kecompenfes, Rewards, Sept. 21 

The intercalary day of every fourth year is to ha, 
called La Sans Culottide ; or 'which there is to be a Na- 
tional Renovation rff their Os.tr, " To live free or die." 
r JMie» month is divided into three decades, the days of, 
which are called from the Latin Numerals, 

1. Primtdt. 2. Duodi. 3. Tridi. 4. Quartidh 
5. f^iintidi. 6. Se^tidi. 7. Septidi. 8. Oftodi. 
|| Notaodl 10* Decad'^>vhich is to be the day of ;ei|U 



Jfieaiaier fo 



or SJSJ. 



STATE of CONNECTICUT. 



Executive &? Legislative Departments, 
His Excellency Oliver Wolcott, Efq. 

GOVERNOR. 

Hon. Jonathan Trumbull, Efq, Lieut. Gov. 
AJiJiants. 

William Williasns, Efq. 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, Efq. 
William Hillhoufe, Efq. 
John Tread well, Efq. 
James Davenport, Efq. 
Roger Newbury, Efq, 
Heman Swift, Efq. 
Jonathan Ingerfol, Efq. 
Thomas Grofvenor, Efq. 
Thomas Seymour, Efq. 
Aaron Auftin, Efq. 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, Efq # 

Andrew Kingfbury, Efq. Trtafunr, 
John Porter, Efq. Comptroller of Public AttQUntSt 
SamyeJ ^VylJys, Efq, Suntary % 

b « 



i i8 i 

Kkpxesentatives in May Seffien, 1796. 
JlAR rFORD, \/[ J~ 

1 LTJk£fllej*rs Wm. Mofelev, Sam. VVvlIySo 
£ ■***, MeC Gad Stanley, Selah Hart. 
■prijfoly, Mr. Abraham Pettibone. 

K.ij\-ttirtford, M*flK Elifha Pitkin, Jonathan Wells. ' 
^aft-lVindfor, MMI*. Fred. Ellfworth, Eraftus Wolcott^ 
h>npAd, Moil'. EUphalet Terry, Daniel Perkins. 
Rtrtnington^ McfE John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
GJafldtihu.^^1^. EliOia Hale, John Hale. 
<?rwby y MeiT. Pliny Hillyer, Hezekiah Holcomb. 
Southingtou, Meff. Elizur Andrews, Mark Harrifon. . 
Stjidd, MetT. Samuel Hale, Gideon Granger, jun. 
S'msbury, Me IT. Daniel Humphrey, Dudley Pettibone,. 
Jf-'ethtrifidd, Meff. Ezek. P. Relden, Sam. \V. Williams, . 
W.mifjr, MetT. Henry Allen?, Alexander Wolcott. 
Mi£\v-Haven, Mi if. David Daggett, chofen Speaker- 
El izur Goodrich. 
~Branford, MeT. Timothy Koadiey, Samuel Gould. 
Chefilrej MefT. Andrew Hull, jun. Selden Spencer 3 
Der/y, MefT. Daniel Holbrcok, Thomas Clark. 
Durham, Mell'. Benjamin Pickett, James Hickox. , 
Eafi+Havntj Mr. Samuel Davenport. 
Guilford, MefT. Andrew Ward, John Elliott. 
Hamdeity Mr. Simeon "Rriftok 

M//forJ, Meil'. Stephen Gunn, Gideon Buckingham. . 
Tfjffb'&ivepj Mr. Jofeph Pierpont. 
IViiUinrford) MefT. Samuel Hall, 2d. Dan Collins. 
Waterburj) MelT. Jofeph Hankins, John Kingfbury, . 
V/eidbridge, MeflT. 5amuel Oiborn, Roger Peck. 
jStew-XottDON, Mefl'. Marvin Vvait, Elias Perkins. 
Norwich, Me-V. Jofeph William';, John Backus. 
Bo:ra^„ Mr. Elias Weft. 

Citc'*efijr y MetV. John R. Watrous, John I {ham, 2d. . 
FrMiktify Mr. Silas Kartfhorn. 

Gre&Offy Med' Ebcnozer Ledyard, Ebencer M organ, 
Lisbon, Mr. Levi Perkins. 
L^?y, MeST. David F- Si r l, Ifv— IRccvc. . 



I C «9 J 

yfiintville, Mr. John G. Hillhoufe. 

Prefion, MelT. Jeremiah Halfey, Charles Fanning 

ktonington, VqQl. Amos Palmer, Charles Phelps. 

Fairfield, Mefl*. Andrew Rowland, Walter Bradley. 

f\vtbury, Men". Eli Mygatt, Iia'ac Ives- - 

Brookfi li, Mr. Amos. Wheeler. 

Greenfi.-ld, MelT. Elkanah Mead, Elaenezcr Mead. 

Huntington, INteft.. Jofeph Birdfey, Henry CurtHs. 

Neiv-Fairfeld, MeA*. Stephen Barn'^ James Scoiield. 
\Nvutown, Mefl*. William Edmond, cholen Clerk, 
David Baldwin. 

Norivalk, MefT. Eliph. Lockwood, Taylor Sherman* 

Reading, M2fl* William Heron, James Rogers. 

Ridgfil-i, Mefl' Jofhua King, William Forrefter. 

Stamford, Mefl* John Davenport, Benjamin.Scofield. 

Stratford, MeiT. Matthias Nicoll, Jabez H. Tomlinfon. 

Wefton,Mv. Nathan Wheeler. 

Wtndham, MelT. Timothy Larabee, Shubael Abbe, 

AJl>ford y MeiT. Jofias Byles, Samuel Spring. 

Brooklyn, Mr. Daniel 'Putnam. 

Canterbury, MefT. Daniel Froit, Luther Paine. 

Hampton, Mr". Philip Pearl. 

Killingh, Mefl*. Eleazer Moffat, Samuel Anderfon;- 

Lebanon, Meflf.Peleg Thomas, David Trumbull. 

Mansfield, MeflT. Conftant Southworth, Fred. Freeman**. 

Vlainfield, Mefl*. Steves Hall, jun* Jo{hua^DuirIap. 

Vomfretj'^Leff. Lemuel Grofvenor, Lemuel Ingols. - 

Sterling, Mr. Lemuel Dorrance. 

Thompjon, Mr. Ifrael Smith. 

Voluntozm, Mr. Samuel Robbing; 

Wooifioch, MelT John M'Clellan, John Fox. 

Litchfield, JVEeiT.-Jqhn Alleu> Mofes Seymour. 

Bethlehem, Mr. David Bellamy. 

Cuiaan, MjC Jonathan Burrall, Nath'l Stephen^-. 

Cornwall, MsfF. John Sedgwick, Ifaae -Swift. 

Gsjben, Mdr. Adino Hale, Samuel Hopkins'. 

hartland, Mefl'. Ifaac Bnxnham, Ifrael Williams. . 

llirwfngton, MefT. Jofiah Pfielps, Daniel Cadicu. 

Kent, Mr. Jofeph Pratt. 



[ 2G J 

Nnv-lhriforJ, MeiT. Seth Spencer, John Henderfoa. 
' KTcvj-Mitford, Meff, Jo fi ah Starr, Samuel Bofhvick. 
Norfolk, MeiT. Afahel Humphry, Nathaniel Stevens. 
Plymouth, Mr. David Smith. 
Salisbury, Meff, Joihua Porter, Adonij ah Strong. 
Sharon, Med*. Samuel Canfield, John C. mith. 
Southbwy, Mr. Shadrach Ofborn. 
Torringtsn, Meff. Eliflia Smith, Jabez Gille^ 
Warren, Mr. Nathaniel Swift. 
Wajbington, Me ff. Daniel N. Brinfmade, 

David Whittlefey. 
Watcvto-um, Mr. Thomas Fenn. 
Winchefter, Mr. Samuel Hurlbut* * 
Woodbury ) Meff. David Tallman, Phinehas Smith. 
<Middls.town, MeiT. Elijah Hubbard, 

Samuel W. Dana, chofen Clerk. 
Haddam, Melf. EdwaidSelden, Daniel Brainard. 
Chatham, Meff. Hezekiah Goodrich, Chauncy Bulkley a 
Eaft-Hadd^m, MeiT. Epaphroditus Champion, 

Jonathan O. Mofeley. 
Killing-worth, MeiT. Abraham Peirfon, Job Wright* 
Siybrook, Meff. Jonathan Lay, John Bull. 
Tolland, MeiT. Daniel Edgerton, Samuel Ladd. 
Bolton, Meff. lofeph Carver, Oliver King. 
Coventry, MefT. John Hale, Ebenezer Pomeroy* 
Ellington, Mr. Matthew Hide. 
Hebron, MefT. Sylvefter Gilbert, Elijah Houfe. 
Semers, MeiF. Keuben Sikes, Abiel Peafe. 
Staford, Meff. |ohn Phelps, Jeffe Cady. 
Union, Meff. Abijah Seffions, Edward Fofter. 
Wellington, Meff. john johnfon, Noah Pomeroy. 

Representatives in Oclober Seffion, 179k 

Hartford, J\/£ll. Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Mr. Nathan H. Whiting. 
Berlin, Meff. Gad Stanley, Amos Iiorsibrd. 
Briftol, Mr. Zebulon Peck. 
Baft-Hartford, Meff. Eiifca Pitkin, Shubael GrifwoI&! 



C « I 

r.aiT-Wliidfor,,3Vfc(r. Fred. Ellfworth, Eraftus Wo!«>tt. 

Enfield. 

Farmington, Meff. John Mix, Solomon Cowles. 

Glaftenbury, Meff. John Hale,. Z^phaniah H. Swift; 

Gran by, Meff. Hezekiah Hoi comb, Ozias Pettibonc*- 

Hartland, Meff. Ifaac Burnham, IiVael Williams. 

Simfbury, Meff. Noah Phelps, George Humphrey. 

Sou thing ton,. Meff. Afa Bams, Samuel Hart. 

Sufiield, MeiT. Samuel Hale, Gideon Granger, jun. 
. Wethersfield, Meff, Ezek- g. Belden, S. W, Williams, 

Windfor, M^ff. Alexander Wolcott, Henry Allyn. 

New-Haven, Meff. Davia-Dagget, (chofen .Speaker.) 
Elizur Goodrich. 

Branford, MefT. Timothy Hoadley, Samuel Gould. 

Ghefhire, Meff. Andrew Hull, jun- Selden Spencer* 

Derby, Miff. Daniel Holbrook, Thomas Clark. 

Durham, MeiT. Simeon Paribus, Abr'm Scruntoxu 

Eaft- Haven, Mr. Stephen Woodward. 

.Guilford, Meff. Andrew Ward, Wm. Brown; 

Hamden, Mr. Simeqn Briftol. 

Milford, Meff. Wm. Coggefhall, Ab'm V. H. De Witt. 

North-Haven, Mr. Joftiua Barns. 

Wallingtord, Meff. Samuel Haii,,2d. Daniel Collins. 

Waterbury, Meff. John Kingibury, Wnu Leavenwortho , 

Woodbridge, Meff. Samuel Ofborn, Roger Peck. 

Wolcott, Mr, Mark Harrifon. 

New-London, Meff. Elias Perkins, George Colfax. . 

Norwich, MeiT; EHQia Hide, Ma Spalding. 

Bozv'ah, Mr. Nehemiah Waterman, j an. 

GolcheffeiyMeff. H. Champion, 2u.~ Jof. J (ham, 2d. - 

Franklin, Mr- David Mafon* 

Groton, Meff. Thomas Avery, Ebenezer Morgan. 

Lkbon, Mr. Levi Perkins. 

Lyme, Meff. .Ezra Selden, Matthew Grifwold, jr. 

Montville, Mr. John G. Hillhoufe. 

P.refton, Meff. Samuel Mote, Nathaniel Lord. 

Stonington, M-il'. Latham Hull, i Has S ? Palmer, 
" Fairfield, M^ff. Lewis B. Sturges, David Burr, j& . 

Danburv, Meff. Eli My gat t, Tjioiaas i\ 7* kite, . 



L ** J 
Brickfield, Mr. Ifaac Hawley. 
Greenwich, Me if. Wm. Knapp, fabez Fitch. 
Huntington, Metf. Stephen Babbitt, Thad. £cardfte 
Hew-Fairfield, MefT. Stephen Barns, Amos iiruih. 
Newtown, MelT. Zachartah Ferris, Gideon- Botsford 
JS or walk, Meff. Eliphalet Lockwood, Matt. Mcrvi. 
Reading, Meil'. Wm. Heron, James Rogers. 
Ridgefield, Meff. Jofhua King, David Olmftead. 
Stamford, Mcff. John Davenport, jr. George Mills. 
Stratford, Me if. Sam. W. John ton, jabez H. Tomlinfc 
WeftoH, Mr. Nathan Wheeler. 
Windham, MeiT. Timothy Larabee, Hezekiah Ripk 
Afnibici, Melf. jofias Boyles, Abel Simmons. 
Brooklyn, Mr. Daniel Putnam. 
Canterbury, Mem Daniel Froft, Jedidiah Johnfon. 
Hampton, Mr. Ebenezer Moleley. 
Killingly, MelT. Eleazer MofTatt, Samuel Anderfon 
Lebanon, Mefl'. Pe leg Thomas, Jeremiah Mafon. 
Mansfield, MelT. ConilantSouthworth, Fred. Fieemai 
Piainfield, Mejf. Jo&ua Dunlap, Wm. Dixon. 
ToiTifret. 

Sterling^ Mr. Lemuel Dorrance. 
Thompfon, Mr. Henry Learned. 
\ "ohm town, Mr. Samuel Robbins. 
\voodilock, Meff. John Fox, Wm. Bowen. 
LiTCiitiLLD, Meil. John Allen, (choien Clerk.) 

Males Seymour. 
Earkherapfted, Me if. Israel jcnes, jr. Pel. Alien. 
Bethlehem, Mr. David Bellamy- 

Canaan, 'Meii'. Nathaniel Stevens, Jonathan Burrall. 
C olebrook, Me if. Eiija.h Rockwell, Samuel Mills, 
Cornwall, Me ft". John Sedgwick, likac Swiffc- 
Goiiien, Meil'. Amno Hale, Samuel Hopkins. 
Karwiiiton, Meii'. joiiah Phelps, Daniel CatHn. 
Kent, Mr. John Elliot. 

New-Hartford, Meif. Seth Spencer, John Henderfon. 
Mew-Milford, M«jff. Phiio Rnggtes, Yv m. Taylor. 
Moifolk, Mefe Afabcl Humphrey, Nathaniel Stevens". 
Plymouth, Mr. David Smith. 
SilUbvu-^j MwiV. joQiua Pcrter, Samuel Lee. 



t 23 ] 

SharotT, Mefl". Jolm C. Smith, Auguftin Taylor. 

Southbury, Mr. John Edmonds. 

Torrington, Meflf. Epaphras Sheldon, Jabez Gillet. 

Warren, Mr. Nathaniel Swift. 

Waihington, MefT. D. N. Brinfmade, David Whittlefcy. 

Watertown, Mr. Aner Bradley. 

Wiflchefter, Mr. Robert M'Cune. 

Woodbury, Med' David Tallman, Noah B. Benedict. 

JVTrDDLETowN, MeiT. Samuel W- Dana, (chofen Clerk.) 

Elijah Hubbard. 
Haddam, MefT. E'^ra Brainard, Daniel Brainard. 
Chatham, MelT. Hezekiah Goodrich, Mofes Cock. 
Eaft-Haddam, Meff, Eliphalet Holmes, lfaac 5pen#er. 
Killingworth, MefT. Sv*m. Morgan, Martin Lord. 
Saybrook, MeC Wna. Hart, Samuel Williams. 
Tolland, Med*. Daniel Edgerton, Solomon Wills. 
Bolton, MefT. Jofeph Carver, Jared Cone, jun. 
Coventry, MefT. Ephraim Kingsbury, Ellas Palmer. 
Ellington, Mr. lfaac Welles, 
Hebron, ^\leff. Joel Jones, Elijah Houfe. 
Somers, MelT. Reuben Sikes, Abiel Peafe. 
Stafford, MefT. Nathaniel Hyde, JefTe Cady. 
Union, Mcfl". Samuel Crawford, Abijah Sefllons. 
WUHngton, MelT. Samuel Dunton, Eliflia Johnfon* 



JUDICIAL a*d CIVIL DEPARTMENTS. 

JUDGES or the SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Andrew Adams, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Jelfe Root, efq. | Hon. Benj. Huntington, efq, 
Hon. Jona.Sturges, efq. ( Hon. Stepb. M.Mitchel,efq. 

George Pitkin, efq. (of Eaft-Hartford,) cjerk. 
George Pitkin, jr. efq. (of E. Hartford,) AiSft. ClerJk 



L s 4 J 

COUNTY of HA RTF ORB. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. John Treadwell, efq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Tho's Seymour, efq. I .Hen. Roger New bury, efq« 

.Hon. John Chefter, eiq. | Hez'h Biifell, efq. 

Hezekiah Biilell, efq. Treafurer. 

Thomas Chefter, efq. Clerk. 

Justices of the Peace. 



Hartford, 
John Lawrence, 
Noah Webfter, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
Ralph. Pomeroy, 
William Mofeley, 
John Trumbull, 
Nathan H. Whiting, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Xsathaniel Terry 
William Imlay, efo/rs. 

Berlin. 
Selah Hart, 
Ifaac Lee, 
Gad Stanley, 
Solomon Dunham, 
Amos Hosford, efq'rs. 

Brijiol. 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, jun. 
Joieph Bvington, efcf rs. 

Eaji-hartfard. 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Welles, 
Eliiha Pitkin, 
A.flibel Pitkin, 



Richard Pitkin, 
Samuel Flagg, efq'rs. 

Enfield. 
Eliphalet Terry, 
Jolm Reynolds, efq'rs. 

Eafi-Whidfor. 
William Wolcott, 
Frederick Ellfworth, 
Eraftus Wolcott, 
Ro few ell Grant, efq-*rs» 

Farmitigton* 
Ichabod Norton, 
William Judd, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
John Mix, 
Timo. Pitkin, jun. efq're, 

Hartland. 
ElizurEnfign, 
Uriel Holmes, efq'rs. 

Glafienbury. 
Jofiah Hale, 

Philips Selew, „ 

Eliiha Hale, 
Elizur Hale, efq'rs* 

Gran by. 
Afael Holcomb, 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Judah Holcomb, jun<, 
Pliny Hillyer, 



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[ 

Andrew Hillyer, 
Jofcph Farwood, 
Hez'h Holcomb, efq'rs. 

Sufficld. 
Gideon Granger, 
Tkaddeus Leavett, 
Amos Granger, 
Oliver Phelps, 
Afael Hathaway, 
Samuel Hale, efq'rs. 

Sdtethingtsn. , 
John Curtis, 
Timothy Clark, 
Mark Harrifon, efq'rs. 



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Sims i ' ury, 
Daniel Humphrey*, 
Noah Phelps, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Reuben Humphreys, efq% 

Wethersficld. 
Charles Churchill, 
^amuel W. Williams, 
jofephBulkley, efq'rs- 

Wind/or. 
Henry Allen, 
Solomon Grifwold, 
* Oliver Mather, 
Abiel Grifwold, 
Joiiah Biflell, efq'rs. 



Thomas Y. Seymour, efq. Jlate attorney* 



Practising 

Hartfsrd. 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
William Mofeley, 
Jonathan Brace, 
^phraim Root, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Theodore D wight, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
Walter Edwards, 
Thomas Chefter, efq'rs* 

Berlin. 
Elnathan Smith, efq. 

Enfield. 
William Rib-bee, efq. 

Farmington* 
William judd, 
Timo. Pitkin, jun. efq'rs. 



ATTORNIES. 
Glaftenbury. 
Jofeph Backus, 
Zepha-ni. H. Smith, efq'rs. 
Granby. 
<■■ Root, efq. 
Southington. 
Roger Whittlefey, efq* 

Suffieid. 
Gideon Gra»ger, jun. 
Hez'h Huntington, «fq'rs> 

3i?nsbury. 
William Willi ft on, efq, 

Wethersfield. 
John Williams, efq. 

Windfor. 
Alexander Wolcott, 
— hargent, efq'rs. 
Stephen Chefter, efq.' Wetbersfield, flieriff. 
Deputy jherifs. John Dodd, Simon Clark, Jonathaa 
j Janes, Hurtfird* Nathan Merrow, Esfi- Hartford. Na- 
C 



rtfcahiel Chandler, Enfield. Romantha Norton, Firm] 
Z77gtQiu Oliver Hanchett, Nuffield. David Phelps, Noa 
A. Phe!p->, S/msbury. William Riiilell, Simeon Grii 
wold, George Wolcott, Win [for. 

; , Hartford, goaler> 

County of New-Haven. 

COUNTY COURT, 

Samuel Eifhop, efq. Chief Judge. 
Jqfeph Hopkins, efq. I Gideon Buckingham, efq, 



Andrew Ward, efq 

Abraham Bifhop, efq 

J ustices 
New- Haven* 
Samuel Bifhop, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Daggett, 
^Stephen Ball, 
Joteph Darling, 
jofepli Bradley, 
Dyer White, 
Nehemiah Smith, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
David Daggett, efq'rjs. 

Brai/fcri. 
Edward iluUell, 
Ebenezer Ruilellj 
Jonah Clark, 
JohnRuil'll, 
.Orchard Gould, efq'rs. 

Qhejhire. 
Samuel iieech, 
Andrew Hull, 
William Law, 
'ftufus Hitchcock, efq'rs, 



Simeon Briftol, efq. 
Treafurer and Clerk. 



of the Peace. 

Derby. 
Eliphalet Hotehkifs, 
Thomas Clark, 
John Humphreys, 
Levi Tomlinfon, 
Ruffel Tomlinfon, efq'rs. 

Durham, 
Simeon Parfons, 
Dan Parmelee, efq'rs. 

E aft -Haven. 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Samuel Davenport, efq'rs. 

Ham den. 
Bazil Munfon, 
John Hubbard, efq'rs. 

Guilford. 
Auguftus Collins, 
Thomas Burgifs, jun» 
Elias Graves, 
William Starr, 
Miles Munger, 
Jonathan Toddj 



Ab ' m %tenden,jr.efq's. 

i , .%'* 
Ejrfiraun \J rong 

iewis MaW t . 

fete ji hen GuL ' 

Ab'mV.H.I^ witt?efq , s< 

North-Ha\, 
JeScph PierpontA 
Sa:,:ieJ Mix, elq'r\ 

Wallinzford, 
Oliver Stanley 
Caleb Ceok, 
Samuel Whiting, 

Hon. Jonathan Inger: 



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Brenton Hall, 
Eliakim Hall, 

John -v^Cltiive, 

aamuel Woodruff, efq'rs^ 

John Wei ton, 
Phinehas Porter, 
John Lewis, j.un. 
Ethel Brunibn, efq'rs. 

W 00 M ridge. 
David French, 
Thomas Darling, efq'rs. 

?;' OiCOtt. 

Mark Harrifbn, 
Charles c pfon, efq'rs. 
Mj efq. jfijtfp attorney. 



Practising Attornies 

Pier-pout Edwards,. 
James Ilillhoufe, 
WiiUam Hillhoufey 
P&ttr Goodrich, 
Pa.vid Daggett, 
>itneou Baldwin* 



tyer a hite, 
' fcac MUU, 
^tthan Siriitby 
oan Goodrich, 

^P^taIiDaggett r 
■vi Ives, j: ;n . 

amuei Waief, 



Elihu Munfon, efq'rs. 

Cbe/hJre, 
George Hall. 
, B. Beech, eiq'rs. 
Derby. 
Jefle Beecfc, eiq. 

Ou.lford. 
Nathaniel Koifeter, 
William Brown, efq'rs, 

Wdilhigford. 
"- amueJ \> podru'iT 
jciie At^ater, eiq'rs. 

Water.hur'f* 
John Kmgibnry, efq. 



Jehu Brainerd, eiq. fi.nf. 
Deputy Jherifs. John R. Throop, , Nev -Bavcn i A 

JoiephPeck, TV,* Jfr*,^ ^/ Cj r. 



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County of New-London 

COUNTY COURT. 

torn: H °t William HiUhoufe, efq. Chief Mg«; 
William Nop, efq. , Benjamin Co£ efcf. 

Charles Pnelps, efq. | MarVnj Waiy ^ 

VMlham Noyes„efq. Treafu>er. 
Vmthrop Saltoaftall, efq. (?/erk. 



Justices 

New London. 
■Jofliua Coit y 
f 3 r iiw old Ave ry, 
)i}teph. Harris, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
George Williams, 
Jonathan St-arr> 
Guy Richard s f 
Klias Perkins, 
Samuel Wheat, efq'rs, 

Norwich. 
Elijah Backus, 
Chriftopher Leffingwell^ 
Samuel Tracy. 
Rufus Lathrop, 
t/amuel Le^tvngweH - ,. 
Jonathan Huntington, 
John M' Breed, 
Andrew Tracy, 
Kenja. Huntington , pin. 
Andrew Huntington, 
Kltfha Hyde, 
Ala Spalding, efq'rs. 

Rozrah. 
N^hemiah Waterman, jr. 
Benjamin Throop, efq'rs. 

Colcbcfier. 
X>aniel Foot;,. 



©F THE PI AC E. 

John Watrous, 

David Kilburn, 
Henry Champion, jun* 
Sliphalet Bulkier, 
Ebenezer Lath: op, 
Joel Foot, efq'rs, 

Fran/din. 
Eli Hvde, 
Silas Hartfhorne, efq'rs, 

Gro'con. 
Ebenezer Ledyard, 
\ Amos Geer, 
Thomas Avery, 
Stephen Billings, 
Charles Eldredge, efq'rs* 

Lisbon* 
John Perkins, 
Ezra Bimop, efq'r*. 

Lyme* 

Ezra Selden, 

Richard Wait, 

Andrew Grifwold, 

Seth Ely, 

Matthew Grifwold, jun. 

David F. Sill, 

Mofes Warren, jr. efq/rsv 



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"Montville. 
John G. Hillhoufe, 
Jo flm a Raymond, efq'rs. 

Prejlon. 
Samuel Mott, 
John Tyler, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
EHas Brown, 
Daniel Morgan, jun. 
Nathaniel Lord, 

Afa Spalding, 



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Oliver Crary, 
Ifaac Avery, efq'r$;. 

Stonington. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Jonathan Palmer, j an. 
loftiua Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
Latham flull, 
Sanfbrd Billings, efq'rs, 

efq. ft ate attorney. 



I If G Attornies. 



Pjactis 

New-London. 
Hon. Jofliua Coit, 
Jeremiah G. Brainardj 
Elias Perkins, 
Matthew Grifwold, 
Lyman Law, efq'rs. 

Norwich. 
Jonathan FrifDie, 
Elifha Hyde, 
Samuel HuntingtOH, 2d, 
William S. Hart,, 
James Lanman, 
Luther Spalding, efq'rs. 

Colchefter. 
William Townfend, 
Zachariah Olmfted, 

Jofliua Huntington, efq. Norwich, fierff. 

Deputy Jberijfs. William Richards, New-London. Be- 
la Peck, Norwich. Solomon Scovel, Colchefter. Lem- 
uel Lee, Lyme. William Williams, jun. Stonington. 

Gedlcrs. Ebenezer Douglafs, New-London* Sett, 
Miner 3 Norwich, 

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Benj. Trumbull, efq'r^ 

Groton. 
Elifha Williams, efq. 

Lyme. 
Matthew Grifw old, j uiv 
Roger Grifwold, 
Richard M' Curdy, 
David M. Jewett, efq'r^, 

Prejlon. 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Nathan Peters, 

Stonington. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Thomas Butler, . 
-Coddington Billings, efq's; 



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County of Fairfieldv 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon Jofeph P. Cook, efq. Chief Judge. 
Lemuel Sanford, efq. I Hon. Ja's Davenport, efcy* 

P* B. Bradley, efq. | Samuel \V. Johnfon, efo^- 

Hon. Jonathan Sturges, efq. Treafurer. 
David Burr, efq. Clerk. 

J u s t r c i s of the Peace. 



Fairfield. 
Andrew .Rowland,. 
Lewis B. Sturges,. 
Walter Bradley, 
Kbenezer Jeff up, 
Jofeph Strong, 
jofeph Noyes, 
David Allen,. 
David Judah, efq'rs.. 

D Anbury, 
Eli Mygatt,. 
Thomas Taylor, 
EUftia Whittlefey,, 
Ifaac Ivesj.efq'rs.. 

Brook field, 
Amos Wheeler,. 
Henry Peck,. 
Daniel B. Cook r efq'rs.. 

Greenwich. 
Amos Mead,. 
Jabez Fitch, 
John M'Kay, 
Benjamin Mead, efq'rs.. 

Huntington, 
KJifha Mills,. 
Agur Judfon, 
P.eodate Silliraan ; . 



Ebenezer Beach, efq'rs*. 

Norwalk. 
Eliphalet Lockwood,. 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Job Bartram, 
: Jofeph Silliman, 
Matthew Mead, 
Matthew Marvin^ efq^rsi. 

Feiv-F airfield* 
James Potter, 
Nehemiah Beardfley r 
Stephen Barns, 
Amos Brufh, efq'rs* 

Newtoivn. 
William Edmond, 
David Baldwin, 
David Beers, efq' rSv 

Heading. 
Andrew L. Hill r 
James Rogers, 
William Heron, efq'rs-*. 

Kidgfidd. 
John Benedict, 
Daniel Cooley,. 
Jofhua King, 
William Forrefter, efijfrs.- 



Stamford. 
John Davenport, jr. 
Charles Webb, 
Reuben Scofield, 
David Maltbie, efq'rs* 

Stratford. 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah M'Euen,. 
Jabez H. Tonilinfon, 
Daniel Judfon, 



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Abraham Brinfmade> 
Daniel Fairchild, 
Abijah Starling, 
Philip Nichols r 
Thaddeus Benedict, efq'ri* 

Wefion. 
John Sherwood, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, - 
Nathan Wheeler,, efq'rs* 



Andrew Rowland, efq. Jfate attorney* 



Practihkg Aiiorbiei, 



Fairfield. 
David Burr, jun. 

iofeph Noyes, 
«ewis B. Sturges r 
Samuel Rowland, efq'rs^ 

jy anbury. 
Elifha Whittlefey, 
Mat. B. Whittlefey, efq' rs*. 

Newt 9 wn. 
William Edmond r efq.--' 

Norwalk. 
Taylor Sherman, . 



Roger M. Sherman, efq r rfcr 

Reading. 
SethS. Smithy 
WmvB. Haw ley, jr. efq'sv 

Stamford. 
John Davenport, jr. 
Joel T- Benedict, efq'rs r 

Stratford: 
Thaddeus Benedk%. 
Jofeph Walker, efq'rs. 

Wefion. 
Samuel B. Sherwood, efqi- 



Elijah Abel, efq. Jheriff. 

Deputy Jberifs. JcfTe Benedk% Fairfield. Samuel 
Wildman, jun. Banbury. Hezekiah Clark, Huntington.. 
David Beers, Newtown. Matthew Read, Norwalk. 
Aaron Morehoufe, Reading. Stephen Biftiop, Stamford.. 

Coalers . JefTe Benedict Fairfield. Frederick. J, 
Whiting, Dmluty J 



County of Windham* 



county court; 

Hon. William Williams, efq. Chief Judge. 
Ebenezer Devotion, efq. I Hon. Th's Grofvenor, ef« 
Conflant Southworth. efq. | James Gordon, efq. 
James Gordon, efq. Treafurer. 
Samuel Gray, efq. Cierko 



Justices 

W-indham. 
Hon. Eliphalet Dyer. 
Hezekiah Manning, 
Hezekiah Rip'ey, 
Zephaniak Swift,. 
Timothy Larabee, ' 
Samuel Gray, 
Jabez Clark, efq'rs. 

AJhford. 
Simeon Smith, 
Abel Simons, jun. 
John Palmer, efq'rs,. 

Brooklyn. 
Jofeph Baker, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 
James Eldredge, efq r rs. 

C inter bury. 
Sherebiah Butts, 
'Daniel Fro£, 
Kliadiub Adams, 
Mo Tes Cleveland, 
Eltfha Paine,. 
Luther Paine, 
Alexander Gordon, efq'rs. 

Hampton. 
Ebenezer Mofeley, 
If«iac Ikmiet, efq'rs* 



of the Peace. 

Killing}]. 
Sarafon Howe, 
Eleazer MorFatt, 
James Denifon, 
Ezra Hutchins, efq'rs, 

Lebanon*- 
Job* Clark, 
James Pineo, 
Llkanah Tifdale, 
Peleg Thomas, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Daniel Tilden, efq'rsv 

Mansfield. 
Experience Storrs, 
Frederick Freeman,- 
Jonas Baley, 
Jeife Williams, efq'rs*- 

Plainfidd. 
William Dixon, 
Andrew Backus, 
John Dougkifs, 
Jofhua Dunlap, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Calvin Gaddard, efq'rs, 

Poitfret. 
Lemuel ftigals ; 



I 

:benezer Kmgfbury, 
.emucl Grofvenoi-j efq'j 

Starting. 
lenjamin Dow r 
ohn Gift on, 
'hilip Pearl, efq'rs. 

Thompson. 
fafon Phtps, w 

riiom'as Dykesy 
riiaddeus Learned, eiq': 



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• , Vshtrtto-Qft* 
Allen Campbell, 
■ Jofcph Wvlie, efq'r*. 

Woodjiock, 
Elifha Child, 
Jedidiah Morfe, 
Nathaniel Marcy y 
John M'Clellan, 
Nehemiah Child, 
John Fox, efq'rs. 



Timothy Larabee, efq. fate attorney. 



Practising 

Windham. 
Jabez Clark, 



Attohnies. 



Zephaniah Swifty 
Samuel Perkins, 
Lebbeus Larabee, efq'rs. 

AJhford. , 
"William Pcrkins r 
Hendrick Dow, efq'vs. 

Brooklyni 
John Pariih, 



W. P. Cleveland, efcrVs* 

Canterbury. 
Elifha Paine, efq. 

F lahifield. 
William Dixon, 
Calvin Goddard, efq'rsv 

Pamfret. 
Sylvanus Backus, efq. 

Woodcock. 
John M>Clellan, efq. 

Shubael Abbee, Windham, Jk.'rijf. 
Deputy Jb:rip. Henry Webb, Windham. Jofepfc 
Burnbam, Ajhford. Walter Hough, Canterbury. Elea- 
zer Conant. N WLinsftchL Pbiueas Pierce, P lain ji eld* 
James M'Clellan, U oodjlock. 

Frederick Larabee, Windham, goakr. 

County of Litchfield. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Jofhua Porter, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Heman Swift, efq. I Nathan H*\e, efq* 
Hon. Aaron Auftin, efq. | David Smith, efq^ 



j&euben Smith, efq. Treafurerv 
Frederick V/oleott, efq Clerk,. 



Justices 

Lhclfield. 
I-faae Baldwin, 
Tapping Reeve,. 
James Morris, 
Uriah Tiacy, 
John Allen, 
John Welch, efq'rs. 

Barkhcmpjhd. 
Jofeph Wilder, 
Ifrael Jones, jan. 
Samuel Hayden, efq'rs* 

Bsthlehem. 
Oliver Parmelee ? 
David Ambler, 
David Bellamy, efq'rsi 

Canaan. 
Charles Burrail, 
Sain uel Forbes, efq'rs. 

Co U' brook. 
Elijah Rockvfeli, efq. 

Com. alh 
John Pierce, 
jeciicli.ii Keilo^g, 
Jbo-ward itogers, efq'rs.- 

(Joy^n. 
Afaph Hall, 
Admo HJe, efq'rs* 

Mart l'rincile, 
Daniel Catlin, efq'rs', 

Kent, \ 
Jsthro Hatch, 
• Jedidian Hub'oel, 
j[oI*a xJliet, .efq'r* 



of the P E ACE. 

Njxv-Kartford. 
Seth Spencer, efq. 

ISFe-w-Miiford. 
Sherman Boardman, 
Daniel Everett, 
Joiiah Starr,. 
Reuben Warner, jr. efq'rs. 

Norfolk. 
Giles Pettibone, 
Afahd Humphrey, efq'rs.-- 

Plymouth* 
Daniel hotter, efq, 

S.jat on.- 
David Downes, 
Ifaac Pardee, 
Auguftus Taylor, efq rs* 

$$uthbury\ 
Benjamin Himnan, 
Ejdv ard Himnan, 
Julius ;ohnfon, 
Be n j a mi n S t il t • ? , j r . 
ShaUrack Oil) on:, efq'rs*- 

Salisbury. 
Lot No. ton, 
Ador: j i 1 Strong, 
Samuel Lee, 
John Whittlesey, efq'rXo 

T01 /'fJl^totly 

Epahrouitus S'iCioen, 
fchabacl Grihvold, 
Elifha • miti, efq'rs. 

Wujbiiiften. 
Daniel N. Brinfmad^ 
David Whittlefey, 



David Judfoii, efo/rs. 

Winchefter. 
Theodore Goodwin, efq. 

Warren, 
J Tift us Sacket, 
Nathaniel Swift, 
Toirin Tallmadge, efq'rs 



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Wattrtovjf>>. 
Thomas Fenn, 
Eli Curtis, eiq'rj. 

Woodbury. 
.Daniel Sherman, 
.Heze'kiah Thompfon^ 
Nathan Pre ft on, 
Curtis Jiurd j 
Nathaniel ' mkb, efo/rs. 



Hon. Uriah Tracy, elq. ft aid attorney, 
Practising Attorniij, 



' Litchfield. 
Tapping Reeve, 
Ifaac Baldwin, jun. 
Ephraim Kirbv, 
Uriel Holmes, 
(Daniel \V". Lewis, 
Frederick Wolcott, 
Aaron Smith, 
Roger Skinner, 
David Parmelee, efq'rs. 

Bethishem. 
David B. Ingerfoll, efq. 

Canaan. 
John Elmer, 
Henry berry, efq'rs. 

Kent. 
Barzillai Slawfon, efq. 

Norfolk. 
Erimond Akins, 
Agult. Pettibone, efo/r$. 

New-Hartfprd 
Jofhua Han&aw, efq. 

Ne-uu-Miiford. 
Daniel Everitt, 



Samuel Boftwick, 
David S. Boreman, 
{ hilo Ruggles, efq'rj, 

SoutbLury. 
Benjamin Stiles, jun. 
Simeon Hinman, eiq'rs* 

Sharon. 
Judfon Canfield, 
John C. Smith, efq'rs. 

Salisbury » 

Adorn j ah Strong, 
Jofeph Canfield, 2d. 
Elifha Sterling, efq'rs. 

Waterto~*n. 
Eli Curtis, 
Sam'l Southmayd, jr.cfq's* 

Wojhington. 
Daniel N. Brmfmade, 
Wiliiam Cogfwell, tfq'rs* 

Woodbury \ 
Nathan Pre it on, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B. Benedict, efq'rs. 



Lynde Lord, efq. fieriff. 
Deputy Jherifs. Ozias Lewis, Litchfield. Amos Clark, 
$tfhUhem. Frederick JJhelpS; Unr-wingtom Samuel 



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Comftock, jun. Ne-w-Milford. Giles rettibone, 1 
JSfrfoik. Timothy Chittenden, jun. Sal/slury. 
Elijah Wadiworth, goahr. 

County of Middlesex, 



COUNTY COURT. 

John Dickinfon, efq. Chief Judge. 
Ebenezer White, efq. J J abez Champion, efq. 

Hezekiah Lane, efq. J Jonathan Lay, efq. 

Jonathan Lay, efq. Treafurer. 

Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. Clerk. 



Ju-srxcxs 

Middleto-wn. 
Hon. Afher Miller, 
Matthew Talcott, 
Confort Sage, 
Ifaac Miller, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Samuel \V. Dana, 
Amos Churchill, 
Ifaac Gridley, 
Chauncy Whittlefey, 
Step'n T. Hofmer, cfq'rs. 

Chatham* 
6ryan Parmelee, 
Hezekiah Goodrich, 
£hauncy Bulkley, 
James Bill, 
yan'l Shepherd^ jr. efq'rs. 

f£(*ft-Haddaffj. 
Timothy Gates, 
Ifrael Spencer, 
John Percival, 
Ifaac Spencer, jun» 
Eliphakt Hotaesj 



of the P e a c e. 
Jona. O. Mofeley, efq f i| 

Haddatn. 
Hezekiah Brainard, 
Nchemiah Brainard, 
Cornelius IJiggins, 
Ezra Brainard, 
Edward Selden, efq'rs* 

KiU'mgMLQrth* 
George Elliott, 
Job Wright, 
Abraham Pierfon, 
Martin Lord, 
William Morgan, 
Joleph Wilcox, 2d. 
Bezaleel Briftol, efq'r$» 

Say brook. 
William Hart, 
Timothy Starkey, 
JedLdiah Chapman^ 
Samuel TuUey, 
Thomas Sillimaii. 
Samuel Hart, 
John. Bull, efo/rs, 



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Samuel W. Dana, efq. ftate «tt$rtihf* 



Practising 

MtJJletown. 
(tephcn T. Hofmer, 
Matthew T. Ruffe 11, 
C'ch Huntington, jr. efq's. 

Eaft-Haddam. 
[onathan O. Mofeley, 



Attouniej. 
Jared Spencer, efq'rs, 

KiWfigvorth. 
efq. 

Say brock. 
David Wright, eiq. 



Noah Lcfter 



Enoch Parfons, efq. fiertff. 

Deputy fierijft. William Gelfton, Eaft-K'Maw.— 
jeorge Morgan, Killing-worth, Lemuel Lee, Lyme, 
Danforth Clark, Say brook. 

Goalers. Not any, Middleto-um. William Smith, 
Haddam. 



County of Tolland. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Samuel Gilbert, efq. Chief Judge- 
Jeremiah Ripley, efq. I Jeremiah Weft, efq. 
Reuben Sikes, efq. j Jeffe Cady, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jr. efq. Treafurer and Clerk. 



Justices 

Tolland. 
Samuel Chapman, 
Samuel Whittlefey, efq'rs. 

Bolton. 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod Warner, 
Oliver King, efq'rs. 

Coventry. 
Ephraim Kingfbury, 
Benajah Strong, 
Jokn Hale, 



of the P e a c E. 

Abraham Burnap, efq'rs* 

Ellington. 
Baniel Ellfworth, 
Matthew Hyde, 
Levi Wells, efq'rs. 

Hebron. 
Elijah Kellogg, 
Elihu Marvin, 
Sylvefter Gilbert,. 
Benjamin Buell, 
Jofeph Parker, efq'rs* 



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Te-ife Lad r 

Thomas Pitkin, efq'rs. 

Stafford. 
John Phelps, 
fcleazer W. Phelps, efq'rs. 



Vnhu. 
Solomon Wales, 
John Sef&ons, efq'rs. 

Wiliington. 
Samuel Dunton, 
Elifha Johnfon, efq'rSe 



Sylve&er Gilbert, efq. fiate attorney. 

PHACTISIN8 ATTORNIES. 



Tolland. 
Samuel Whittlefey, 
Jonathan Barns, 
William Cobb, efq'rs. 

Hebron. 
Elijah L. Lathrop, 



John T. Peters, 
David Phelps, 
Benjamin BiiTell, 
George O. Gilbert, efq'rs. 

Stafford. 
Eleazer W. Phelps, efq. 



Elijah Chapman, jun. efq. Jhcrtff. 

Deputy Jkeriffs. Demock, Tolland. John Gik 

bert, Hebron. Jefle Converfe, Stafford. 
Jarvis Cutler, Goaler* 

Courts of Probate in Conne&icut. 

Judges. DifirtCfs. Clerks. 

Hartford. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. Mr. James Welles, 

N E W-H A V E N. 

Samuel Bifhop, efq. Abraham Bifhop, efq. 

N E w-L ONDON. 
Hon-. Wm. HiUhoufe, efq. Matthew GriTwold, efq. 

Fairfield. 
Andrew Rowland, efq. Samuel Rowland, efq. 

Windham. 
Hon. Wm. Williams, efq. Mr. Thomas Williams, 

Litchfield. 
Frederick \Volcott, efq. 

Middletoun. 
John Dickinfon, efq. Mr. Bezalcel Fife* 



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Plain field. 
James Gordon, efq. Mr. John Douglafs, jaif. 

Guilford. 
Edward RuiTell. efq. John Elliott, efq. 

Woodbury. 
Nathan Prefton, efq. Noah B. Benedict, efq. 

Stamford. 
John DavGnport, jun. efq. James Davenport, efq. 

D a ri b u r y. 
Hon. Jofeph P. Cook, efq. Mr. Jofeph P. Cook, jr. 

E A S T-H ADDA M* 

Ifaac Spencer, efq. J-ared Spencer, efq. 

Norwich. 
Andrew Huntington, efq. Mr. Jofeph Huntington. 

P O M F R E T. 

Hon. Tho's Grofvcnor, efq. Lemuel Grofvenor, efq.. 

Sharon. 
Jofhua Porter^ efq. Mr. Peter B. Porter. 

Stafford. 
John Phelps, efq* Eleazer \7. Phelps, efq. 

S I M S 3 U R Y . 

Noah Phfilpsj efq. Mr. Noah A. Phelps* 

S T O N I N G T O N. 

Charles Phelps, efq. Mr. John Denifon, $A* 

Farmingtqn. 
Hon. John Treadwel], efq. Mr. Martin Bull. 

Wallingford. 
Oliver Stanley, efq. _ Mr. Hun Munfon, 

Saybrook. 
Hezekiah Lane, efq. Mr. Dan Lane. 

Stratford. 
Robert W r alker, efq. Jofeph Walker, efq. 

E a s t-W i n D s OR. 
Eraftus Wolcott, efq. Mr. Arodi Wolcott, 

Waterbury. 
Jofeph Hopkins, efq. Mr. Jeffe Hopkins. 

Norfolk. 
Giles Pettibtne, efq. Afael Humphrey, ef«. 



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N £ w-M 1 l f o a ». 
j&aniel Event, efq. 



Samuel Gilbert, efq. 



Hebron. 



Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. 



The following gentlemen were nominated by the Voti 
of the Freemen of this State, to aand for Ele&ic 
as Aiiiftants, in May next. 

His Excellency Oliver Wolcott, 
Honorable Jonathan Trumbull, 



William Williams, 
jofeph P. Cook, 
Y/iiliam Hilihoufe, 
John Tread we 11, 
James Davenport, 
Roger Newbury, 
He man Swift, 
Jonathan Jngcrfoll, 
Thomas Grofvenor, 



T h om a s S e y m o ur , 
Aaron Aufiiin, 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, 
David Dagget, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
William Edmond, 
John Allen, 
Hezekiah Biffell, 
Marvin Wait, efq'rs. 






The following Gentlemen were nominated by the 
Votes of the Freemen of tnis State, to ftand for 
Election as Representatives to the C«ngrefs of the 
United States, [as returned to the General AfTemSsly 
in May, 1 796] from the 4th March, 1 797? to the 4th 
March, 1799, 

Samuel W. D.rna, 



Uriah Tracy, 

J..i's Kl!ihouf>, ehof. fenat* 

1 1 o £2 r- G r i fw old, 

jo Quia Co it, 

Nathaniel Smith, 

Chaimcey Goodrich, 

Zephaniah Swift, 



James Davenport}- 
David Dagget, 
William Edmond, 
John Allen, 
Gideon Granger, jun. 
John Treadweil, eiq'rs. 



Out of which Nomination, the following Perfons were 
elected Ueprefentatives, as returned to raid Aflem- 
bly in 1796* 

Uriaii Tracy, cbof. fer.at. | Roger Grifrv old, 



Jofliua Coit, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Nathaniel Smith, 



Chauncey Goodrich, 
Samuel W. Dana, efq'rs. 



Ihs following Gentlemen were appointed by ttie Legif^ 

lature of the State of Connecticut, October Sef- 

iion, 1 796, Electors, to give in their Votes for 

PRESIDENT and Vice- PRESIDENT 

of the United States. 

To ferve from the 4th clay of March, 1797, to the 4tfr 
day of March 1801. 



Oliver Wolcott, 
Jeremiah Wadfwortii, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Elias Perkins, 
Jonathan Sturges^ 



Jonathan Trumbull, 
Heman Swift, 
William Hart, 
JefTc Root, efq/rs* 



Attornies admitted at the Circuit 

Court in Connecticut. 



Pierpont Edwards, efq. 

John Allen, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
William Brown r 
Jonathan Brace, 
Hezekiah BifTell, 
David Burr, 
Jofeph Backus, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard,. 
Jabez Clark, 
Jofhua Coit, 
Thomas Chefter, 
Judfbn Canfield, 
Ifw'id Daggett, 

NaphtaU Daggett, 

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Diftrift Attorney. 

Theodore Dwight, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
John Davenport, jr. 
A, V. H. Dewitt, 
William Edmond, 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Gideon Granger, jun* 
James Hlllhoufe, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Stephen T. liofa~T f 



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Uriel Ho!me% 
Jeremiah Halfcy, 
Samuel Huntington, 2d. 1 
Vvllliam S. Hart, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Jonathan Ingerfoll, 
"William Judd, 
Rofwell Judfon, 
Ephraim Kirbv, * 
J. (). Mofeley, 
William Mofelev, 
Ifaac Mills, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Elias Perkins, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
John T. Peters, 
John Parifh, 
Matthew T. Ruuell, 
EpUrairn Root, 
Tapping Reeve, 



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Fhilo Ruggles, 
Ala Spalding, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
JohnC. Smith, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Ze phan iah- S w if r , 
Nathaniel >mith, 
Nathan Smith, 
A don ij ah Strong, 
Benjamin Stiles, jun. 
John Trumbull, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Willifton, 
David Wright, 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Dyer White, 
John Williams, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
Samuel Vs -hittlefey, 
Elifha vv hittlefey, efqrs* 



Notaries Public, 



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}Jew- Haven, EUzur Goodrich, efq. 

New-London, Lyman Law, efq. 

Norwich, Samuel Huntington, %d % efq. 

Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, ek}.. 

Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott, efq . 

Middle town, Matthew T. Ruflell, efq« 

Lyme, William Noyes, efq. 

Freiton, Samuel Mott, efq. 

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Incorporated Cities; 

New-Haven. 

Samuel Bifhop, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermerii 
David Auftin, efq. j Henry Daggett, efq* 

Timothy Jones, efq. | Elizur Goodrich, efq. 

Simeon Baldwin, efq. City Clerk. 
John R. Throop, 7^ iff 
Jofeph Peck, 5 inentts ' 

Common Council Men. 
MeiT. Stephen Ball, Ifaac Beers, Nathan Beers, Ell- 
as Shipman, James Hillhoufe, William Lyon^ David 
Daggett, Jofeph Bradley, Hezekiah Hotchkifs, Na- 
thaniel Fitch. 

* mm 

New-London. 

Hon. Richard Law efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen, 
Wint'p Saltonftall, efq. I Guy Richards, efq. 
Edward Hallam, efq. | Samuel Wheat, efq. 

Lyman Law, Clerk city court. 

John Owen, city Clerk. 
William Richards, ? fluffs. 
Jofliua Hempfted, 5 

Commsn Council Men, 
MeiT. Simon Wolcott, George Colfax, Nicol Fofdick, 
Jonathan Starr, Elifha Hinman, Elias Perkins. 

(Their annual Meeting the fecond M$nday in June.) 

Hartford. 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Mayor. 
Alder 7 fie n, 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, efq. I Jonathan Bull, efq. 
Samuel Wyllys, efq. | John Caldwell; efq* 

Solomon Porter, Clerk* 



i\ 



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Slmor i Clark, ?o Aeri ff,. 
Jonathan Jawes, 3 



Common Council Men. 

MefT John Chenevard, Chauncy Goodrich, Johm 
Morgan, Thomas Y. Seymoin, Ephraiitt Root, Jo- 
eph Hart, George Goodwin, William Mofcly, Caleb 
kill, Timothy Burr, Ebenczcr Karaard, jun. Miles 
lisach. 

(Their tnnual Meeting the lift Monty in March.) 



MlBDLETOWN. 

•Hon. Afher Miller, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

RHjah Hubbard, efq. I Samuel W. Dana, efq. 

Chauncey Whittlefey, efq. | George Phillips, efq. 
JohnFifk, Clerk. 
Nathan Strong, 7^ iffs# 
Samuel Canfield, > 
(Their Annual meeting the third Monday in Ja7;uary.J 



Norwich. 
John M. Breed, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Chriflro. Leffingwell, efq. 1 Eben. Huntington, efij. 
Daniel Dunham, efq. | A fa Spalding, efq. 

Benjamin Tracy, ? „ . ff 
Shubael Sreed, £»«««• 

Benj. Huntington, Clerk of City and City Court. 

Common Council Men. 
MeiTrs. Samuel Huntington, 2d, Azariah Lathrop, 
Jofeph Howland, Thomas Fanning, Uriah Tracy, arid 
Simeon Thomas. 

(Their nnmi.il Meeting the third Monday in Apr*!- 
2 



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.LEGES. 



YALE-COLLEGE in NEW-HAVEN, 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, D.B. Prefident. 
f e l t o w s. 



Eliphalet Williams, D.D. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
KHzur Goodrich, D.D. 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 



Jofiah Whitney, 
David Ely, 
Nathan Williams, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Levi Hart. 



The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and fix fenio 
Council, together with the foregoing Fellows, conflij 
tute the corporation. 

Jonah Meigs, Profejfor of Mathematics and Natur*\ 

Philojophy. 
Rev. Charles Backus, Profejfor »f Divinity. 
T uxor s. 
Jeremiah Atwater, 4th, Jen- ?Dan Huntington, 
ior Tutor and Librarian. 5^ ac kariah Lewis. 
James Hiilhoufe, Treajurer. 
Jeremiah Atwater, Steward. 
Eraftus Ripley, Butler. 
Commencement, fecond Wednefday in September. 
Vacations : From Commencement fix weeks ; and from 
the fecond Tuefday in January, three weeks ; and 
from the fixth of May, three weeks. 



At the commencement in 1 
of Arts was 
Thomas Wells Allis, 
John Bacon, 
Archibald Barter, 
Jonathan Belden, 
Hezekiah Belden, 
Timothy Bifhop 
Charles Boftwick, 
James Cantey, 
iillhu Chancey, 



796, the degree of Bachelor 
conferred on 
{ Henry Davis, 

Charles Deniibn, 

David Edmund, 

Thaddeus Fairbanks, 

Bancroft Fowler, 

John Hooker, 

Ruggles Hubbard, 

John Humphreys, 
- WiU" 111 * Hpi;ry Jones, 



fotmon King, 
[ohn Hart LynJe, 
4*410 mas Miner, 
Jofcph Parker, 
William Prince, 
Levi Robbins, 
tfaac Seeley, 



Gold Selleck Silliman, 
Benjamin Silliman, 
Jb Jiiha Stearns, 
Alahei Hooker Strbȣj 
Fanning Tracy, 
John Harvey ) ncker, 
Samuel Porter Williams. 



The degree of Matter of Arts on 



Samuel Lathrop, 
John M' Crack em, 
Jolhua Stanton, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
John Stoddard, 
Frederick V/oicott, 
Scth Samuel >mitb, 
Job Wight, of Har. Col. 
of Maiier of Arts on the 
and on the Honorable jere- 



Jer e m t ah A t w a t e r, 
purr-age Beach, 
David S. Boardman, 
Amaia Porter, 
Jouph iuuiell, 
Ichacori Lord vSkinner, 
Jofeph Waftiburn, 
William Botsford, 

The Honorary Degree 
ev. Samuel Blatchford, 
miah Wacii worth, Efq. 

The Degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred on 
the Rev. benjamin Trumbull. 

The Degree of Doctor of .Laws was conferred on the 
Honorable Andrew Adams, Efq. Chief juitice of the 
Itale. bh,i 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY in CAMBRIDGE. 

The Corporation. 
Rev. Jofeph Willard, D-D. and LL.D. Prefidenfe 
Hon. Oliver Wendell, 
Hon. John Lowell, LL.D. 
Hon. James Bowdoin, 
Rev. Simeon Howard, D.D. 
Rev. John Lathrop, D.D. 

Ebenezer Storer, A. M. Treafurer. 

Commencement^ the third Wednesday in July. 
Vacations : From Commencement four weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in October, two weeks, 
From the fir ft Wednefday in January, five weeks, 
From the third Weuneiday hi April," two weeks. 



J 



fellows, 



[ S« ] 
RHODE-ISLAND COLLEGE at PROVIDENCE 

Hon. fabez Bo'.ven, Elq. Chancellor. 
Kev. jonathanMaxcy, Prefident. 
David Ho veil, ,LL.D. ProfeiTor of La\r. 
Benjamin Weft, LL.D. ProfeiTor of Mathemat. 

arrd Allronomv. 
Rev. Perez Forbes, LL.D. ProfeiTor of Natuij 

Phi! o (boh y. 
r>h)-oirDo-rget. A.M. T W 1 

Afa Me Her, A. M. i Tutors. 

Qilbert Dcnch, A. B. \ 

College vacations ; From the firft Wednefday in Se; 
.tember, four \7e2k", ; from the, Hrft Wednefday in Jc.; 
wnivV, II2C weeks ; and from the fir il Wednefday in Ma; 
three wzeks. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE in NEW-HAMPSHIRE 

John Wheel ock, LL. D. Prefideat. 

Q$mm*ncefjimt. 1 he fourth Wednefday in Aus-uft. 



WILLIAM'S COLLEGE in BERKSHIRE CCUNT¥| 

MaSS/.CHUSFTTS. 

Rev. ; Ebenezer Fitcfi, Prefident. 

Stephen Weft, DD. Vice-Prendent. 

G'jmmsnc uncut , Trie nrft Wednefday in September. 

Ministers and Churches in the 

State of Connecticut. 



Hartfcri. 

Her. Nathan S^rcn", 
Abel Flint, 
Nathan Perkins, 
Vacant, E. & B. 

terHn % John Sm alley, 
Ben on 1 Upfon, 
Nathan Fena. 



County of Hakifo^j. 



Br/ftbl, Giler, H. Cowie*, 

Jonathan Miller. 
E.ifi-Kirtford, 

i:liph. Wi31iams,D.D. 

Vacant, 

Chriilo. Miner, B, 
Eaji-Whitifor, 

David M^Clure. 



Vacant. 



Enfield, Nehsm. Prudden, 
Vacant, C. 

Far mi no ton,] of. Waftiburn, 
Rufus Hawley. 

Gfofienburj, Wni. Brown, 
James Eells. 

Granby, Ifaac Porter, 

Whitefield Cowles. 

Southington, 

William Robin fon, 
Vacant, B. 



[ S3 3 

Suffield,*Eben. Gay, 



Daniel Waldo, 
Jofin Haftings, B. 

Simsbury, Samuel Stebbins, 
Jeremiah Hallock, 
AmbrofeTodd, E. 

Wether* field, John Marfh, 
Jomua Belding, 
Calvin Chapin. 

Windfcr, 

Henry A. Rowland, 
William F. Miller, 
Vacant. 



County of New-Haven. 



New-Haven. 
Rev. James Dana, D.D. 

Charles Backus, 

Vacant, 

Bela Hubbard, E. 

Vacant, 

Noah Williflon, 

Plurality, E. 

JBranford, 

Lynde Huntington, 

Matthew Noyes, 

Samuel Eells, 

ManoahS. Miles, E. 
Chcfuire, John Foot, 

Reuben Ives, E. 
Derby, Vacant, 
Rich. Mansfield,D.D. "J> 
Edsvard Blackfley, 5' 
David Brownfon, 
Abner Smith. 
Durham, 

£iia, Goodrich, D.D. 
£ 



JE. Haven, Nicholas Street. 
Guilford, Amos Fowler, 
John FLlliott, 
Thomas W. Bray, 
Simon Backus, 
Plurality, E. 

Hamden, Vacant. 
Mi If or d, Beza Pineo, 
David Tullar, 
Vacant, E. 

ISortb -Haven, 

Benj. Trumbull,D.D. 
Plurality, E. 

Wallingford, James Noyes, 
John Willard, 
Aftibel Hofmer, B. 
Seth Hart, E. 

Vacant. 
Waterbury, 

M. Leavenworth, 
Vacant, E. 

Abraham Fow&r. 

a 



Wsoibrligr, 

David L. Beebe, 



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^ Stephen Maw ley, 
Wokott, If. B. Woodwail 



County of New-London. 



R 



KTciv-Lcvlov. 

Henry Chann-ing, 

Charles Seabury, E. 

Zadock Darrow, o. 
Bozmh, Jonath. Murdock. 

Peter Roger*, B. 
Colchefter, Salmon Cone, 

Robert Robbing 

David Huntington,. 

Vacant, 

Abel Palmer, B. 
Tr.inU:n r Samuel Nott, 
Grotojjj Aaron Kmne r 

Vacant, 

Silas Burrows-, 

Park 1 All vn, 
Lisbon, David Hal?, 

Andrew Lee 
.Lyrue, Latlirop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 



B. 
C 



David Higgins, 
Jafon Lee, ]J 

Daniel Miner, (I 
Mordvillc, Rozel Cook, 

Reuben Palmer, I| 
Norivich r Joleph Strong, 

John 'Tyler, £l 

Walter King. 
Prefix, Lemuel Tyler, 

Lsvi Hart, 

Vacant, 

Paul Park, 
Stonington, 

Hez. N. Woodruff,! 

Vacant, 

CIin£o. Avery, C. 

Ebazer Brown, B. 

Simeon Brown, B» 

Val.W.Fvathbun,B» 



County of Fattifif.ld. 



Fairfield. 
Rev. Andrew Elliot, 

H^zekuih Ripley, 

Samuel Biatchford, 

Pbilo Sh-lton, C 
-Vacant. 
3rjQkJi.'i.l)"rhomzs Brook",. 

Vacant, h'.. 

faanhur^ Timo. Langdon, 

John Ely, 

Vacant,' E. 

Eben. WhltS", 5;.vk' ; . 

— - — BrorCon* B. 



Grcen-o/tc 1 ), Vac ant, 

Ifaae Lew is, D.D. 
Vacant, £• 

Huxt/ngton % David Ely, 
Elifha Rexford, 
William Green, E^ 

Mi-dad Roger*, 

Vacant. 
I Ke-dio-i};, Vacant, 

Philo Perry, E- 

i NortraJk, Mattliias gurnet. 



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Vacant, E. 

Aaron Woodward, 
Julius Mitchell, 
[ Redding, Nath'l Rartlett, ? 
jona. Bartlett, yc. 5 
Vacant, E. 

"Kidgfidd, Sam'l Goodrich, 
Samuel Camp, 
Vacant, B. 

Vacant, E. 

Stamford, Daniel Smith, 



] 

Piatt BufFett, 

Eb. Dibble, D.D. E. 

Kbenezer Ferris, B. 

Stratford, 

Stephen W. Stebbins,, 

I.:rahiah Wetmore, 

Vacant, 

Afnbcl Baldwin, E* 
IV eft 91? y James Johnfon, 

John Noyes* 



County of 

Whdham. 
Rev. Elijah Waterman, 
James Cogfwell,D.D. 
John Palmer, ' C. 

Lathrop, B. 

Afford, Enoch Pond, 

Andrew judfon, 

William Storrs. 
"Brooklyn, Jonah Whitney, 

Daniel fo^g, £. 

Canterbury, Solo. Morgan r 

John Staples. 
Hampton, Ludov. Weld, 

Vacant,. B- 

Killing!], Eliiha Atkin?, 

Day, C. 

Ltlanon, Zebulon Ely, 



Windham. 

Timothy Stor*? f 

Thomas Brockwayy 

John Gurley, 

Cbrifto. Palmer, B* 
Mansfield, Elijah Gridley ? 

Mofes C. Welch. 
PlahfieU, Joel Eenedie% 
Pomfret, Aaron Putnam, 

Walter Lyon, 

Oliver Dodge. 
Thowpfon, Vacant, 

John Martin,. Br 

Voluntoirn, MicVh Porter. 
IVoodfock, Eliph. Lyman ? 

Stephen Williams^ 

William Graves,. 

Vac i.nt, 



County of Litchfield. 



LHchfisll 
Rev. Judah Champion, 

David Butler, E. 

Barkhempfte.l, Ozias Eells, 

Ezra Woodworth. 
Setblc;;:. Azcl Backus. 



Canaan, Daniel Farrand^ 

Joihua Knap, 

Vacant, C- 

Cohhrook, J. Edwards ? D.E>. 
Cornwall, ifraeJ Holly. 
Cofbciu Afahei ijLooker*- 



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T&arthnd, Aar«n Church, 

Nathaniel Gaylord. 
Hartuinton, ] ofh. Williams. 
Kent, Joel Boardwell. 
N.Hartford, E.D. Griffing. 
ZV^w- Nath'l Taylor, ? 
M/#W,Stanl.Grifwold, 5 
Truman Marfh, E. 
Norfolk, Ammi R. Kobbins. 
Salisbury, Vacant. 
Sharon, Cotton M. Smith. 
Southburj, Benj. Wildman, 

Vacant. ' 
Torrhigton, Alexa'r Gillet, 






Samuel J. Mills. 
Warren, l»eter Starr. 
Waflrington, 

Dan Brinfmade, 

Jeremiah Day, 

Ebenezer Porter. 
Watertoivn, Uriel Gridle; 

Simon Waterman, 

Chaurtcy Prindle, E 
Winchefer, Vacant, 

Publius V. Booge. 
Woodbury, Noah Benedi&j 

Thomas Caiifield, - p?< 

Vacant, 



County of 

MiddJetoivn. - 
Rev. Enoch Huntington, 

Abraham jarv is, E. 

Gerfhom Bulkiey, 

Vacant, 

Thomas Miner, 

Stephen Parfons, C. 

Jofeph Graves, C. 
j&.Hadd.im, Elijah Parfons, 

William Lyman, 

joleph Vail, 

Vacant, * B. 

Solo. Blake flee, E. 
Chatham, Cyprian Strong, 



Middlesex. 

Joel Weir, 
David Selden, 
Solomon Wheat, S-. 
Plurality, E* 

Haddam, Eieazer May. 
KzHingivortb, 

Achilles Mansfield, 
Henry Ely. 
S.rybrook, F. W. Ilotchkifs, 
Richard Ely, 
John Devotion, 
Samuel Mills, 
Vacant, E. 

Eliphalet Letter, B. 



County of Tolland. 



To I land. 
Rev. Nathan Williams. 
Bolton, G-'0rge Col ton, 
Eben^er Kellopj. 
WVtntrj } Abiel Abbott, 



John L. Skinner, 

Royal Tyler. 
Ellington, Jofhua Leonard* 
Hebron, Amos BafTett, 

Elij ah Lathrop, 



Vacant, 
Vomers, Vacant. 
Staford, John V/illard, 

liaac Fofter, 



Vacant. 

Vuion, Vacant. 
WHUnrUn, Abifhai Alden, 
David Lillybridge. B. 



STANDING COMMITTEE, 

AOf the General Ajfjciation, to correfwnd ivith the Bretb- 
' renofthe Congregational and Presbyterian Cutsrches. 
j Dr. Elizur Goodrich, Enoch Huntington, Dr. Tim- 
othy Dwight, Andrew Elliot. 



STANDING COMMITTEE, 

Te certify the good On alif cations of Preachers, travelling 

from the Limits of the General Ajfociation, into 

the Limits of the Preshyteria;? Churches. 

Dr. Nathan Williams, Tolland. Thomas' \V. Bray^ 

Horth-Gui!ibr*L Dr. Eliphale : Williams, Eaft-Iiart- 

ford. Benjamin Trumbull, North-Havea. Williara 

Robinfon, Southington. John Devotion, Saybrook. 

Levi Hart, Prefton. David Ely, lliptcn. Timothy 

Stone, Lebanon- Go men. Dr. Ifaac Lewis * y Simeon 

Waterman, Northbury. Ammi R. Robbins, Norfolk* 



COMMITTEE, 

To fuberintend the JAiJJions to ihe N era Settlements, 
Dr. Dana, Dr. Edwards, Dr. Trumbull, Mr. T. W. 
Bray, and Mr. Tyler. 



LICENSED' PREACHERS, 

Returned from the feveral Ajf&ci».tious in Connecticut, t* 
the general S/j(fociatJ on y June 2i, I 796. 



Benjamin Woofter, Derby, 
Maltby Geifton, L. Ifland, 

Abraham Allyn, , 

Roger Harriibn, , 

St'n Williams, Woodftock, 
Timothy Williams, Ditto, 



Ezra Witter, — , 

Samuel Spalding-, _— 
Amafa Porter, Hebron, 

Marihiield Steel, , 

Zachariah More, , 

jofeph Fields, . ■ ■ - ? 



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Seth WilUfton, Suffield, 
\J. D. Perkins, Plainiield, 



j Daniel Hall, Lonr-Iflancl 

j j^iiphalet Nett, Frankiiil 



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The next general Affociaticn is to be holden a § 
Windham, at the houfe of the Rev. Elijah Watermail 
«n the 3d Tuesday of June, 1797. 



SOCIETIES. 



Connediicut Cincinnati Society 
officers. 

Colonel Benjamin Talmadge,^ Prefident. 

Colonel Thomas Grofvenor, Vice-Preiident. 

Captain Ephraim Kirby, Secretary. 

Mr. Nathan Beers, Treafurer. 

Mr. Henry D&gget, jun. Affiftant-Secretary. 

Colonel jofeph Wilcox, afliilant-Treafurer. 



The following Gentlemen were thvfen Delegates to aiitr.t 
the next general Meeting of the Cincinnati^ in FhiiA- 
delpbia, in May next* 



Capt. Ephraim Kirby, 
Col. Benj.Talmadge, 
Gen. Eb. Huntington, 



Maj. Jofeph Walker, 
Col. Jofeph Wilcox. 



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Tthc following a Committee to whom all Applications ar$ 
to be made for Relief 'from the Funds of the Stciety. 

Hartford County. 

Capt. Caleb Bull, Capt. Eraftns Wolcott. 

Neil-Haven County. 

Mr. Nathan Beers, Mr. Stephen Allen. 

Neii-London Count j. 

Gea. Eben. Huntington, Col, David F. Sitt. 



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Fairfield County. 

Co!. Timothy T ivlor, Capt. Salmon HnbbcM. 

7/7;; ibam County. 

Col. Thomas Crofvenor, Gov. Trumbull. 

Litchfield County. 

Capt. Elijah Waduvorth, Gen. David Judfon. 

Mrddlcfcx County. 

Mr. John Meigs, Gen. Jofeph Wilcox. 

Todand County. 

Col. Elijah Chapman, Mr. Porter Walbridge. 



Connecticut Medical Society, 

AT an annual Convention of the Prefident and Fel- 
lows of the Connecticut Medical Society, Jiolden 
at New-Haven on the feeond Tuefday of October, 
1796, the following Gentlemen were chofen Officers 
(for the year enfuing, viz.— - 

ENEAS MUNSON, Prefident, 
James Potter, Vice-Prefident, 
Daniel Sheldon, Secretary, 
Mason F. Cogswell, Treafurer, 

The following Gentlemen were appointed Commit* 
tees for the examination of candidates for the prac- 
tice of Phyfic and Surgery, for the year enfuing, in 
their refpec~live counties. 

Eliakim Fifh, Lemuel Hopkins, Mafon F. Cogfwell, 
Hartford County. 

Elijah Munfon, Obadiah Hotchkifs, John Spalding, 
New-Haven County. 

Theophilus Rogers, Elihu Marvin, Philemon Tracy, 
New-London County. 

Gideon Shepard, James E. Beech, William Shelton, 
Fairfield County. 

Jofeph Baker, Jonathan Hall, Jared Warner, WiaoV 
nam County* 



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Daniel Sheldon, JeiTe Carrington, Nathaniel Pen! 
Litchfield County. 

John Ofborn, Ebenezer Tracy, William Hall, M.I 
dlefex County. 

Jeremiah Weft, Afa Hamilton, William Grofvencj 
Tolland County. 

Refolved, That the following honorary prize quel 
tion be propofed for the difcuITion of the Faculty 
the State of Connecticut, or eliewhere. r 

What are the fymptoms and beft method of treatir] 
the late epidemic diforder, vulgarly called the Canktl 
Eaih, in all its various circurnftances, ftages an| 
degrees 2 

It is expected that the anfwer to this queftion com! 
. prize the following circumftances, viz.*— Is the dilbil 
der taken -without communication with an infected perl 
fon ? Is the perfon who has once had the diforder fel 
cure from a fecGnd attack? Is it affected in its pro*! 
grefs by any particular feafons of tke year or feniifekj 
ftate of the atmofphere I 

Voted, That the meeting of the Society be adjourn-i 
ed till the Tuefday after the fecond Thurfday of May 
next, to meet at the houfe of John Lee, in the city ci 
Hartford, at 10 o'clock in the morning. 

At the Meeting of the Convention in May 1796, th© 
following prize queflions were continued for. dif* | 
cullion. 

1 ft. What are the caufes, fymptoms, and varieties 
of Phthilis Pulmonalis, and the beft method of prevent- 
ing the fame ? 

2d. What are the caufes, fymptoms, varieties, and 
fceft method of Cure ofDyfejitery ? 



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Society of Free Masons. 

fDffieers of the Grand Lodge of CoNKECtr- 
cut, as cleft cd A. L. 5796. 

Moft Worfliipfui William Judd, Efq. G. M. 
Right Worfhipful Samuel V^yllys, Efq. D. G.$L. 
W. Ephraim Kirbv, S. G. W. 
W. EHphalet Bulkley, J. G. W. 
Henry Champion, jun. G. Treafurer. 
John Mix, G. Secretary. 
Samuel Bellamy, S. G. D. 
David Daggett, J. G. D. 

Lodges in the State of Connecticut^ 

Oftobcr, A. L. 5796. 

St. John's, Middle town. 
St. John's, Fail field. 
St. John's, Hartford. 
tJnion, Stamford. 
St. John's, Norwalk. 
King Solomon's, Woodbury. 
Woofter, Colchefler. \ 

St. Paul's, Litchfield. 
King Hiram, Derby. 
Montgomery, Salifbury. 
Frederick, Farmington. 
Hiram, New-Haven. 
St. John's, Stratford. 

-, Wallingford. 
•— — , Danbury. 

Moriah, Windham County, Jw 

Temple, Cheshire. 
Federal, Watertown. 
Hiram, Newtown. 
Wafhington, Huntingtpi, 
- > Berlin. 



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St. 'Peter's, New-Mi!ford. 
Hart's, Wood'bridge. 
&t James'*, Prefton. 

Uriel, Tolland. 

Columbia, Wethers fie Id, Stepney point. 

Columbia, Eaft-Haddam. 

Kilng Sun, Washington. 

Morning Star, Eaft- Windfor. 

Village, Weft Simfbury. 

V-v/ Spring, Hamden. 

Union, fsew -London. 

Meridian Sun, vv a rren. 

Friendihip, Southington. 

Somerfet, Norwich. 

DUTIES. 

Articles on -which Duties are payable at their Importajf 

tiou into the United States, with Rates of 

Impoft ; alphabetically arranged. 

ARMS, fire and fide, not otherwife 
enumerated, - ^ *5pr cent, advalv 

AIe,6eerand Porter in cafks & bottles, 8 cent, prg&llonw 
Artificial flowers, feathers and other 

ornaments for women's heads, l5pr C:f,t - ad vail 
Annifeed, ''» - 15 djttt. 

Anchors, - - 10 

Brafs,iron or fteel loeks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils and vifes, - IO 

—All other manufactures of brafs, 15 
Bricks and tiles, - 15 I 

Boot:,, - "' -^ -- 7$ cents per pa/rA 

Books, blank, - - 1 3 pr cent ad vaU 

Bottles in which liquor is imported, 10 
Buttons, all kinds, - 15 

Bu-ekles, flioe an%l knee, - 15 

Bruihes, * * - 10 



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imo?», - - \$pr c:iit. alv.ii'. 

rch, M/'V'J, - - ?5 ■;.■.•..■•.!■;■ . r /> : ■':, 

IJJarofs, wo ol and cotton, - 5 ) ccuU /\r <k :. • 

Cables and tarred cordage, - lS cent: r^.r r. r. 

Cabinet wave 1 ?, - - 15;/- :..^. Jv..A 

ptrjK's and carpeting, - J 5 

Cartridge paper, - - j 5 

Candles, of tallow, - 2 

Candle^, of wajx or fpermaccti, 6 cents ^r 75. 

Caper c , - - 15 sr c:;,t. aJyufc 

Khes, talking flicks and whip-, 10 
fcinbricks, * - 10 

Checfe, * * 7 cents per Ih. 

fejna ware, - - 1 5 pr cent, ad *d. 

Cinnamon, cloves, currants & comfits, 1 5 
Cumtzes and colored ealicoes or nuii- 
|j lins, and printed, ftained or colored 

goods or manuf aciures of cotton or 

of linen, or of both, or of which 

cotton or linen is the material of 
- chief value, - - 12 and ha-'.£ 

Cocoa, - - 4 cents p.r ib. 

Chocolate, 3 

Cordage, tarred, - - ' 18c cents per cut. 

Cordage and yarn untarrec 1 , - 225 
Cofmecics, - - \$ pr cent. aJ va!. 

Coal, . , $cents pr ( ujlij^ 

Copper manufactures, - 1 5 p r cent, ad vufL 

Coiiee, - • 5 cents per lb. 

fitttton, - - - 3 

Cotton or linen manufacture^, or of ■ 

both, or of which cotton or linen 

is the material of chief value, befog 

printed, ftained or colored, - \%\tr ct. ad vafc 

. not printed, ftained or colored, 10 

Clocks & watches, or parts of either 15. 
Coaches, chariots, phaetons, chairs, 

chaifes, folos or other carriages, 20 
Cloathing ready made, - JO 

€utlafTes, - * 15 



r «4 3 

a^trific* po.vden, tinfturcs, prepa- 
rer on S and compofitions for the 
«ww**i and gums. 

»°U,, areffc/and undrened," - f?*****«* 

Fayai win:;, . I5 

Feather, a „d other orname'nts *£&.**'*#!? **"• 
men's head dreife* , 

Fringes co ram o„ 1 /4 dby uph ol fter . 15 ^ '^^^ 

Fi:rarsf irsaii . dfaddi T' » 

Flowers, artificial, . [{ 

Floor cloths and mats, , T c 

Fruits of all kinds, - '* 

Glafs, black quart bottles, - r! 

window glafs, I i ,- 

-—all other glafs and manufac- 
tures thereof, . _ 
Glauber fait?, - " , 
GauT-s ' " 2D0 '^ /«t «*f. 
Giager,' . " * ° ^ r "*'• ^ W^ 
Gloves of leather, fees. - *A 
-~ aU other gloves and mittens, 15 
Jjold, hlver and plated ware, I5 
Gold and filver lace, &r plated ware, 15 
^oods, wares and inerchandiie im- 
ported direAly fVom China or India 
in ihips or veifeh not of the United 
States, except Teas, China ware, 
and all other articles liable to high- 
er rates or duties, , ' 12 i 
Goods, wares and merchandize not 
herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, 1 lo 
Clue, - . 1S 
Gunpowder, - - Jo 
Girandoles, - , o 
iianger^ • * - 1$ 



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Hair-powder, ... 1 5 pr ant. *d mb 

Hats— oi beaver, felt, wool or a mix- 
ture of either of them, - 15 

•— — all other hats, caps and bonnets, 15 

Hemp, - » - 100 cents per cu>t. 

Indigo, 25 cents per lb. 

Iron, caft flit and rolled, - ^5 £r cent* ad v$k 

——all other manufactures of iron, 
fteel, or brafs, or of which either 
of thefe metals is the article of chief 
value, not being otherwife particu- 
larly enumerated. - 15 

Jewellery and paftework, - 15 

Lace, of gold and filver, - i$ 

Laces and lawns, - - .10 

Laces, lines, fringes, talTels and trim- 
mings commonly ufed by upholfter- 
ers, coachmakers and faddlers, 15 

Lampblack, - - 1* 

feather, tanned and tawed, and all 
Manufactures of Leather, or of 
which leather is the article of chief 
value, not otherwife particularly 
enumerated, - - 15 

Lead and mufket balls, - 1 cent per pound. 

■ All other manufactures of lead 
or in which lead is the chief article, 1 

Lemons and limes, - - 15 per cent, ad vaU 

Linen or cotton manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linen is 
the material of chief value, print- 
ed ftained or coloured, - 12 & half 

—not printed, ftained or colored, ! 

Lifbon and Oporto wines, - 25 cents per gallon, 

Looking glafs, _ - - 2o per cent, ad v«K 

Mats and floor cloths, - 15 

™ a H', n " " ** 10 Wits per bujkel 

JVtable,. flats and other Gone, bricks, 

F 1 



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tables, mortars, and other utenfils 

of marble, flate, & other ft one w are I $pe r cent, ad vat 

Muce, - - - 15> 

Medical drugs, except thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying, - 1 5 

Merchandize, goods and wares im- 
ported directly from China or India 
in veSels not of the United States, 
except teas, China ware arud othr 
er articles liable to higher duties, i2-$s*half.* 

Merchandize, goods and wares not 
herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, - 10 

Mil lenery ready made, * 15 

Molalfes, - % cents pet -gallon, 

Mufkets and firelocks with bayonet! 

to the fame, - - is per cent, ad vah 

without bayonets, • 15 

Muitard in flour, - - 15 

Muflins-and muilinets colored, 12 & half 

not flained or colored, - 10 

Nails, - - - 2 cents per. lb* 

Nankeens, - .*. . 12| per cU ad vah 

Nutmegs, - 15 

Oranges, - - 15 

Olives, and Oil, - 15 

Orporto and Liibon wine, - 25 cts* p$r, gallon* 

Paper hangings, _-,'•- 15perct.ad.vaL 

Paper, writing and wrapping, 10 

Paper, fheathing and cartridge, ^ 15 

Painters' colors, whether dry or in 
oil, except thofe ufed for dying, 15- 

Packthread and Twine, - 4 so cents per cut. 

Pafteboard, parchment and vellum, 10 pr cent, ad vol, 

paflework and Jewellery, - 1 5 

Pewter manufactures, «» 15 

pepper, . - 6 cents per lb. 

Perfumes, - * - upr cent* adwh 

Pi&ols, \m ~ - *5 



Piftures and prints, - JO pr cent, ad val 

fimflnto, - - 4 cents per lb. 

(Pickles of all forts, - J 5 pr cent, ad vol. 

[Powders, partes, balls, fealfams, oil?, 
ointments, waters, wafties, tinct- 
ures, eflences-or other compofition? 
called fweet fcents, odors, per- 



1 fumes, or cofmetics, 


i5 


Plumbs and prunes, 


'5 


j Printing types, 


10 


Raifins, 


15 


Salt, - - 


12 cts. per btjheh 


Salt, Glauber, 


2^a cents per cut. 


St. L,ucar wine,s, 


3.1 cents per gall. 


Starch, 


15 pr cent, (id vaU 


Sail cloth, 


10 


Slate, ftone and ftone ware, 


15 


Saddles, 


10 


Sattins and other wrought filks, 


10 


Steel, - - - 


ico cents per civt. 


Sherry wine, 


33 cents per gjlf. 


Shoes and flippers of filk, 


25 cents per pair. 


> other (hoes and flippers for men 


and women, clogs and goloflioes, 


15 


■ other fhoes, and flippers for 


children, 


10 


Swords and cutlafles, 


1 5 pr Cent, ad val. 


Stockings, 


15 


Stone and earthen ware, 


15 


Soap, ** - 


2 cenfs per lb. 


Solos and other carriages, 


2o pr cent, ad vol* 


Spirits diftilled in foreign countries. 


JiroHi Grain. Firft proof. 


23* cents per gal j» 


Second proof, 


29 


Third proof, 


3* 


Fourth proof, 


34 


Fifth proof, 


4> 


Sixth proof, 


}* 


From other materials. 




Fkft pro©f, «. 


H 



[ 68 1 


1 


Second proof, • 




Third proof, - 28 


Fourth proof, - 32 


1 S^ ,c 

1 0* 


Fifth proof, - 38 


Sixth proof, - 46 


Spirits diftilled in the United State's, 


1 JjOlft 


imported in the fame fhip or velfei 


1 ^ 


in which they had been previonfly 


1 So 


exported from the L T . States, viz. 


1 ^ 


From Molaffes. 


1 ^ 


Fir ft prooi^ - 13 


1 ?r< 


Second proof, - 14 


1 


Third proof, - 15 


1 


Fourth proof, - 17 


I 


Fifth proox^ - 2i 


J 


Sixth proof, - 28 


l 


From materials of the growth or 


1 


produce of the United States. 


It 


Firft proof, - 7 


It 


Second proof, - 8 


r 


Third proof, - 9 


1 


Fourth proof, • 1 x 


■ 


Fifth proof, - J 3 


1 


Sixth proof, - - 18 


1 



Cigars, from and after Sept. 3-?, i794» 

Brown, - - x & balf ct. pr 1&? 

White; clayed or powdered, 3 cents per lb. 
Lump, - ' - 6 & half cts. lb« 

Loaf, - 9 

Other refined, - 6 & half 

Spikes, - * . I cent per lb. 

Silver and plated ware, - 1 5 per MM, ad vah 

— Lace, - • J 5 

Sugar Candy, - - xo 

Snu.ff, - - - 2 * 

Taifeh and trimmings commonly u- 

fed by the Upholfterers, Coachma- 

kers and Saddlers, - - 15 

Tables of marfcle, flat? brother {lone, \$ j 



eas. From China and India. 

Bohea, - !• 

Souchong and other black teas, 18 
Hyfon, - • 3* 

Other green teas, * ; 2o 

From Europe. 

Bokea, - - - 12 

Souchong and other black teas, 2t . f 
Hyfon, - 4® 

Other green teas, - 24 

From any other place. 

Bohea, - - - '3 

Souchong and other black teas, 27 
Hyfon, - - 5-> 

Other green teas, - 30 

Imperial, gunpowder, and Go- N 
mee, the fame as Hyfon. 
TenerifFe wine, - - 2o tents per galh 

Jr.wine and Packthread, - 400 cents per civt* 

Tin manufactures, - iSperct. ad vaU 

Tiles and bricks, - - 15 

Toys, not otherwife enumerated, 20 
Tobacco manufactured, - 10 

Velvets and velverets, ' 1© 

Wines, London particular Madeira, 56 cents per gallop 
m London market, do. - 49 

1 Other, do. - 40 

_- Champagne and Burgundy, 40 

■■ Sherry, - - 33 ' " 

— — — — St. Lucar, - - 30 

■ Lifbon and Oporto, - 25 

■ ■ ■■ Malaga, Teneriffe and Fayal, 2q 

' ' ' All other wines (not to ex- 
ceed 30 cents per gallon in 
American veiiels, or 32 cts. 
pe r gall o n in f ore ign y e iVe 1 s , 
or be lefs tliau roper cent.) 4opcret. ad v& 
Wares of tin, pewter, copper, earth- 
en, or ftoue, china, gold, filver and 
plated, « ' *' I jgj 



u 


T 


6 cents per /A. M 


# 


r, 15 p.r ci. (i//u| 


i isi"! 


iS 1 


;;;iti ( 


5c cents per doze 1 


fc& 


of 




12 IzhzM per 6V/J 


•^ 


225 cents per c\A\ 


in 



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Wafer's 

Walking fticks, whips and ci.ir: ^, 

Wax candle-, 

Watches &■ clocks, or parts of cither, 

Window glafs, 

Wool and cotton cards, 

Wood man uf at lured, (exclusive 

cabinet wares,) 
Tarn untarred, 

All'othsr goods not before particularly enumerate 
and defcribed, 10 per cent. Sri/ valorem. 

Extra duty on all goods imported m foreign vefleb| 
10 per cent. 

Duties on Carnages. 

By an A& of Congrefs, paffed May 28, 1 79^, it i:| 
enacted that the following yearly rates and duties arcH 
to be paid upon all Carriages for the conveyance oil] 
perfons, 'which fhall be kept for his or her own ufe, orl! 
to be let out for hire,, or for the conveyance of panen-uj 
ge'rs, viz. For every Coach, the fum of fifteen dollars ?| 
For every Chariot and roil Chaife, the fum of twelve V 
dollars: For every Phaeton, for the conveyance of onaf 
or more porfons, with or without a top ; and for every I 
Coachee, or other carriage, having pannel work, wicU'l 
blinds, glaifes or curtains in the upper divifion of" the j] 
ikies, front or back thereof, the Aim of nine dollars : 
For every four wheel carriage, having framed pofts 
and tops, and hanging on fteel fprings, (whether drawn 
by one or more horfes) the fum of fix dollars : For c- 
very four wheel top carriage hanging upon wooden or 
iron fpring> or jacks (whether drawn by one or more 
"shorfe-) and upon every curricle, chaife, chair, fulky, 
Jfox other two wheel top carriage, and upon every two 
wheel carriage hanging or retting upon iteel or iron 
fprings, the fum of three dollars : and upon every other 
two wheel carriage the fum of two dollars : And upon 
every four wheel carriage, having framed poftsand tops, 
and retting upon wooden fpars, the fum o£ two dollars". 

Carnages ufually and chiefly employed in hufbandry, 
er for tUe transportation or carrying of goods, waws 



merchandize, produce or commodities, arc exempted 

from the above duties. 

The following Articles are free from Duty. 

pWlbfophi«al apparatus fpecially imported for any fem- 
inary of learning. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, product or manu- 
facture of the United States. 

Copper in plates, pigs and bars. , 

Cloaths, books, houfhold furniture, and the tools or 
implements of the trade or profeflion of peribns who 
'' come to refide in the United^ States. 

,Drtigs and woods for dying. 
(Furs of every kind, undreffed* 

Goad':, wares and merchandize intended to be re ex- 
port :d in the fame veliel in which they mall be im- 
ported. 

Haw Hides, and Iron Ware. 

Lapis Calamiraris, and Plaifter of Paris. 

OIJ Pewter, and tin in pigs and plates. 

Wire of brafs and iron, and wool and wood unmanu- 
factured. 
All retail-dealers of wines and foreign diftilled fpi- 

rituous liquors, are yearly, by a law of Congrefs, to 

take out a licenfe from the Supervifor of the revenue 

for retailing the fame, for which they are to pay for 

each, 5 dollars, on forfeiture of 50 dollars if they fell 

without having a licenie therefor. 



Duties on Tonnage of Ships, &c. 

ON all mips or veiTels of the United States, from 
any foreign port or place, at the rate of 6 cents 
per ton. 

On all velTels hereafter built in the United States 
belonging wholly or in part to fubjefts of foreign pow- 
ers, at the rate of 3 a cents per ton. 
On all foreign veifels, $j cents per torn 
Veffch not belonging to tiie United States, entered 



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.-no 

m one Diftricr, from another, having merchandize Mps ] . 
beard, to pay 50 cents per ton. IjLy 

The Duties on Tonnage to be paid in ten days aft I M l 
the matter makes report ; and if the veiTel leaves iMt^s 
port without paying the duty, the perfon commandii L^ 
forfeits the fum of 500 dollars. j*^ 

Bonds for duties, not paid on tbe day they becorrl ^ 
due, are to be forthwith put in fuit. > IW 

On a Transfer of the property of a vefTe], in pail J 
or in whole, her Regifter, or Enrolment, is to be give 
up, under penalty of 5po dollars. J' f n 

VeiTels of the United States bound to any foreig: 
Country, other than to fome port in America, are t Jj{ 
be furniihed with paiTports under penalty of 2oodollarsL 

American feamen are to be registered, a»d certifi |y 
cates of their being citizens of the United States, an 
to be granted to them by the collector of the cuitoms.lfr 



Table of Fees. 

To be taken in the feveral Cuftom-Houfes of the UniJ 
ted States, agreeable to the Laws of Congrefs. 

For the Admeafurement of VefTels to be Regiitered, 
VeiTels of 100 Tons and under, one cent per Ton. 
If above 100 Tons and under 2oo Tons, 150 cents* 
If above 200 Tons, two hundred cents. 

Admeafuretnent of ~ Viffels to be Enrolled* 
VefTels of 5 Tons and under 20, fifty cants. 
VeiTels of 20 Tons to 70, feventy-five cents. 
VeiTels above 70 to 100 Tons, one hundred cents. 
VeiTels above 100 Tons, one hundred and fifty cents. 

Fees of Regiflry. 
For every Certificate of Regiftry, two hundred cent*. 
For every Certificate of Record, two hundred cents. 
For every Bond required by the Act, twenty *five cent* 
For every Endorfement, one hundred cents. 
Fees of Enrolling and Licenfing. 
Every Certificate of Enrolment, fifty ceits 



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Every Bond tlierefor, twenty-five cats. 
JKvery Licenfe, including the Bond, if the VeflkJ be 
2o Tons or under, twenty-five cents. 
IF*bove 2o and not more than ioo Tons, fifty cents. 
If above ioo Tons, one hundred cents. 
Every Endorfement on a certificate of Enrolment, 

twenty cents. 
'Every Endorfement on a Licence, twenty cents. 

Fees for the aftive bufwefs in the Foreign Trade. 
JFor the Clearance or Entrance of every Veflel for or 

from a foreign Port, if under ioo Tons, one hundred 

and fifty cents. 
If more than 2oo Tons, two hundred and fifty cer.<:s. 
For every Cocket, twenty cts. and Permit, twenty cts. 
For every Bill of Health, twenty cents, and every 

Bond, forty cents. 
Every Bond given by Exporters for Drawback of 

Bounty, feyenty cents. 
For every other official Document, twenty cents. 

Fees in the Coafting Trade. 
For certifying a Manifeft and granting a Permit "t* 

proceed from one Diitri<5r. to another, if the veflel be 

licenfed and lefs than 50 Tons, fifty cents. 
For receiving a Manifeft, and granting a Permit for a 

licenfed veilel, if under 50 Tons, twenty-five cents. 
If above fifty 'Jons, fifty cents. 
For certifying a Manifeft, and granting a Permit to 

proceed from Diftricl: to Diftriet, if the veflel be re- 

giftered, one hundred and fifty cents. 
For granting a Permit, and receiving a certified Maii- 

ifeft of fuch veflel, one hundred and fifty cents. 
For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit for a 

foreign veflel to proceed from one Diftricl: to another, 

two hundred cents. 
For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit t« 

unload for fuch veflel, two hundred cents. 
For granting a Permit to a veflel licenfed to carry oa 

the Fifhery, to trade at foreign Ports, 2$ cents. 
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For the Report and Entry of any foreign Goods ir 
. ported in fuch veflel, twenty-iive cents. 
If any thing is carried coaflwife, two Manifefts there 
muit be made, one to be retained, 150 cents more. 

InfpeQors, Meafurers 6? Gaugers'Fee: 

Fo* every day an Infpeclor fhall be actually* employe '& 
in aid of the Cuftoms, one dollar and fixty-fix cent: 

For the meafurement of every hundred bmftieis c 
grain, thirty cents, 

For the meafurement of every hundred bufliels o 
'fait, forty cents. 

For the meafurement of every hundred bnihels 
coal, fifty cents. 

For weighing every one hundred and twelve pounds 
one and an half cent. 

For gauging and marking of every cafk, eight cents. 

Meafuring, weighing and gauging goods for exporta- 
tion, the fame as for importation. 

For computing contents, marking cafes of diftilled 
fpirits and wine, three cents per cafe. 

For counting bottles of cider, beer, ale or porter, one 
cent per dozen. 



Difference of High Water, at feveral places from 
New-London. 

AT New-York, Tarpaulin-Cove and Saybtook bar, 
the fame as New London ; at Rhode-Ifland and 
Amboy, 4o minutes fooner ; at Providence, 25 minutes 
fooiier ; at Sandy Hook, 2 hours and 40 minutes Toon-* 
er; at Albany, 3 hours and 10 minutes fooner; at Bol- 
ton, 2 hours and 2o minutes later ; at Guilford and N. 
Haven, 2 hours and 50 minutes later; at Philadelphia, 
5 hours and 2o minutes later ; at Norwich Landing, 
45 mimit.es later ; at Saghar^or and Southold-harbor, 
X hours and 10 minutes later. 



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MILITARY DEPARTMENT. 

Militia of Conne£licut. 

HIS ESCtMtliCI 

O LI V E R WOLCOTT, 

Captain-General and Commander in Chief, 

Hon. JonTathan Trumbull, 
Lieutenant-General. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant-Genera:, 

(With the Rank of Brigadier ~Gencr.il.) 

John Mix, Quarter-Mallcr-Genera], 

(With the Rank of Lieut. Colon, I.) 

Ift t)r vision, Koah, Phelps, Major- General, v 
lid Division, William Hart, M<;jor-GeneraI. 
Hid Division, James Gordon, Major General. 
iVth Division, David Smith, M.j or General, 

Firft Brigade. 

— — _, Brigadier Genera!. 

Shubael Grirw old, Brigade Major and Infpe&er. 

lft Regt. Timothy Seymour, L : eut. Col. Commands 
Matt'-iew Caldwell, lit Maj. Eliiha Babcock, 2d Maj. 

Simon Clark, Adjutant. Henry Kowland > Chaplain. 
Simeon Grifwoid, Quarter Mailer. Jonathan Palmer 
Pay-Mafter. Dwell Morgan, Surgeon. Jaibn Jerome. 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Ciptriins. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Jonathan Janes, Simon Clark, Ithamar Cooler, 

Job Allen, Elia. Marfhall, Jonathan Loomii^ 

Xliiha Wells, Afa Seymour, ^ia. Eoardman, 



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Waa. F. .Viflc!!, Mofes Wing, Cicero Phelp*, 

Ebenezcr Faxon, Jouath. B. Balch, Wm. ^odwick, 
FJihu Grifwold, Elijah Grifwold, Benjamin Moore, 
•Soiomo:2Grifwold,Hezekiah Parfons,Ira Clark, 
SU&3 Rawley, Elihu Mill*;, George Latimer, 

TiuiathyBarr, jr. Michael Spencer, William Cook. 

i8tH Regt. ■ , Lieut. Col. Commandt. 

Chauncey Pettibone, ift Maj. Geo. Humphrey, 2d Maj 

Gurdon Gould, Adjutant. Samuel Stebbinsf Chap 
iiin. Reuben Forward, (Quarter Mafter. William 
WiUifton, Pay Mafter. Jofeph Jewett, Surgeon. John 
Beilor. Surgeons Mate. 

C.iptMns. Lieutenants. Enfigns, 

Jens Holcomb, Butler Pinney, George Phelps, 
Amai. Humphrey, Aaron Cafe, A. Humphrey, 

Elijah Hubbard, Benjamin Read, Elijah Gillett, 
Noaii A. Phelps, Reuben Fuller, Ariel Cafe, 
l(iid.c Owen, Jofeph Corniih, RoAvell Phelps, 

A her Humphrey, Eiias- Cafe, Dan Cafe, 

Benjamin Hays, Afa Iiigley, David Meffenger, 

Asariah Wilcox, Darius MjIc-, Wm. Wilcox, 
Samuel Clark, Luke Viets, Jofeph Grifwold, 

'Samuel Barnard, Abel Adam s, Eliiha Foot, 

Roger Moore, Dan Dibol, Afa Burr, 

jofeph De Woxt\ Levi Buttolph, Wjm, Phelps. 

;9fch llegt. Caleb 3of>th, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Aihbel Stanley* i ft Maj. Eii Moore, 2:1 Maj. 







Samuel Tudor, jun. Adjutant. David M'Clure, 
Chaplain. Charles Jencks, Quarter- Mafter. Eleazer 
Plnuey, Pay-M.Liter. Edwards Tudor, ourgeon. Eli- 
jah F. Read, Surgeon's Mate. 

Ojicers of the Matrtfs Company in the i<)!b Regt. 

Ceorge Pitkin, jr. Capt» Samuel Pitkin, ifl Lieut. 
r fheodov2 Pitkin, -i Lieut. John Sage, Lieut. Eire- 
Wbrker. 



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Light Infantry, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

• jft, 1 Aniti Wolcott, Aaron piflfcll,' ? 

2d. Jonath. Pafko, Rufus Payne, Jn. Watfon, jr. ^ 

Levi Goodwin, Stephen Abbe, jr. Martin Pitkin, 
Afahel Utiles, James Peafe, J. Chamberlain,jr. 

Jonah Strickland, Jared Cone, jr. Nuth'l Hubbard, 
John Phillips, Ezra Bra.inard, Mofes Eniign, 
Wareham Foiler, Eleazer Pinney, Samuel Chapman, 
John Olcott, Ithamar S.iith, Eliiha Olcott, 

Koiwell Payne, Cornelius Roberts, Oliver Hunt, 
Jona. Stoughton, Oliver Grant, Henry White, 
Eleazer Payne, Jabez Sill, Job Ellivvorth, 

Noah Ruft, — — Keeny. 

22d Regt. Elijah Chapman, jr. Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Ebenezer Gay, ill Maj. John Hale, 2d Maj. 

Samuel Whittlefey, Adjutant. Nathan Williams, 
Chaplaim Daniel Loomii's, Quarter- Matter. Jona- 
than Barns, Pay-Mafter. William Grofvenor, Sur- 
geon. Samuel Willard, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enf.gns. 

John Ripley, Daniel Dimock, Bildad Curti r s, 

NathanWa(nburn,Salvin Converfe, Jonathan Poole, 

AmmiPaulk, John Warren, Afhbel iteele, v 

Noah Pomeroy, Aaron Hall, Abiel Featon, 

Penuel Childs, Jofeph Snell, James Moore, 

Jefle Cook, Tubal Caie, Noah Porter, 

John Holmes, Reuben Cady, Phineas Nam, 
Ebenezer Spencer,Eliakim Chapman, Ezra Raw den, 

EbenezerColborn,John Orcott, Porter V/albridge, 

Jeffe Fo«t, bimeon Dimock, Ebenezer Durfty. 

Matrofs Company. 

Timothy Beaton, Silas Hibbard, Edward Dimock- 
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JiftReffti Luther Loomifs, Lieut. Col. Commands 
A fa Hamilton, ifl Maj. , 2d Maj. 

Hofea Nelfon, Adjutant. Nehemiah Pruden, Cm 
Iain. Samuel Holkiiis, Quarter Mafler. William K 
be, Pay Mafler. Howard Aiden, Surgeon. Chaur 
Hamilton, Surgeon's Mate. 

Light Infantry 

Captains. Lieutenants. Et.figm. 

Cifl. Caleb Jones, jr. Sam'l Reynold, Henry Terr\ 
£ 2d. Daniel Letter, Ezra Hanchett, — — ■ 

Timothy Phelps, Elihu Kent, Eli Granger, 

Jofeph Parfons, Richard Abbe, Slone Peafe, 

Alpheus Peafe, Timothy Kibbe, Richard Peafe, 

Abner Meacham, Afaph Tern-, Afa Meacham, 

David Richardfon,Scth Dwight, Walter Ainiwort 

Thomas Sheldon, Hofea Nelfon, S. Gi i:\voId, 

Judah Phelps, Julius Peafe, John C. -Miller, 
V/m. Granger, AbijahBemington,Seth Kent, jr. 

Firfl Regt. of Cavalry, annexed to Firfl Brigade. 

Andrew Hill yer, Major Commandant 

Jofeph Utley, Adjutarit. — , Chaplain 

William Thenfbm, jiuarter-Mafter. Appleton Rob) 
bins, Pay Mafler. E. Buck, Surgeon. 
Surgeon's Mate. 

r\ Elifha Wells, Captain. 
r, ~ S Eliflia Allen, ifl Lieutenant* 

ift Company. J Aar0ll c^-n, 2d do . 

C Jofiuh Phelps, Cornet. 

r Charles Cafe, jun. Captain. 

a- •& X Ifrael Cafe, rtfc Lieutenant. 

24 Company. -I Kithen Cale> 2d clo . 

C j<jb Cafe, Comet, 



3d Company. 



i 4th Company. 



5th Company. 



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Giles Lobmifs, Captain. 
William Willfon, ill Lieutenant* 
John M'Cray, 2d do. 
William Thomfon, Cornet. 

Jeduthun Cobb, Captain. 
James Converfe, ift Lieutenant. 
Amos James, 2d do. 
Kbenezer Grant, Cornet. 

Amos Alden, Captain. 
> Phinehas Love joy, ift Lieutenant, 
i Daniel Graham, 2d do. 
. , Cornet. 



Second Brigade. 



Jofeph Willcox, 2d. Brigadier- General. 
Nathan Willcox, 2d. Brigade IVLjor and Infpecfcor. 

2d Rep;t. William Lyon, Lieut. Col. Commindt. 
Benj. Grannice, ift Maj. Sani'l Bellamy, 2d Mij. 

Nathaniel Hubbard, Adjutant. Jc.mes Dann, D. D: 
Chaplain. William Trowbridge, Ouarter Mailer- 
William Lyor, jun. Pay-Mailer. Levi Ives, Surgeon 
Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. hi cute nants. 

Marc. Merriman, Ira Todd, 
Thomas Potter, Jofeph Mix, 
Steph. Woodward, Afa Atwater, 
Amos Bradley, Daniel ISenham, 
Gold Smith, Jamos Pierpont, 

John Froft, Roger Sherman, 

Lemmy Brooks, Mofes Merriman, Vacant, 
Stephen Ball, Vacant, Vacant. 



Erfigns. 
Henry Cooledge, 
Amos Bradley, 
Elias H'otclikif*, 
Dav. Trowbridge, 
Oliver Todd, 
Lewis Bradley, 



7th Regt. Afa Lay, Lieut. Col. Conmanct. 
Daniel Bnlia?^ lii #b}, Hbi P^nssle, z j M*j- 



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George Elliott,. jus. Adjutant. Frederick W. Hot | 

kifr, Chaplain. Theophilus Morgan, Quarter-Mail! 

Jonah Knot, Pay-Matter. William Elliott, Surge ' 

Benjamin Hill, Surgeon's Mate, 

Light Infantry* 
Captains. ' Lieutenants. 

C GeorgeMorgan,EKas Crane, 
2. John Brainard, Giles Brainard, 

William Tully, Rufus Clark, 
David Dickerfou, Huntington May, 
John Pratt, 2d. Jabez Denifon, 
John Stannard, 2d. Nathan Kirtland, 
*Afa Bueil, ' Henry Hill, 
Ab'm Waterhoufe,Wm. Southworth, 
James Thomas, David Spencer, 
Samuel Jones, Dan Piatts, 2d. 



Evftgns. 
Sa. Redfield, 3d. 
NoadiaU Cone. 

James ChapmaB.J 
James Baley, 
Uriah PI a yd on, 
Peter Spencer, 
Dan Lane, 
Edward A. Leet,| 
Oliver Brainard, | 
George Clark. 






loth Regt. Reuben Roys, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Edw'd Barker, ift Maj. John N. Wadfworth, 2d Maj 

Samuel Woodruff, Adjutant. John Foot, Chaplain! 
Johu Merriams, guarcer-Mafter. Elifha Whittlefey, 
Pay-Mafter. Vacant, Surgeon. Mofes Gaylord, Sur«! 
geon's Mate. 

Lieutenants. Er.fitxs. 

Caleb J. Hall, Miles Peck, 
D. Southmaid, 2d.Ifrael Camp,_ 
Ebenezer Allen, Benj. Baldwin, 
Jofep. Hotchkifs, Sam'l Atwater, 
Afaph Merrium, John Couch, 2d. 
Seth Seward, Samuel Wright, 

Merriman Cook, Robert Hotchkifs, Samuel Cook, 
Rufus Hitchcock, Ebenezer Hale, John Peck. 



G&ptdins* 
Lewis Parker, 
M 4 no ah Camp, 
Auguftus Cook, 
Ifaiah-Hall, 
Ifrael Hall, 
Jabez Chaiker, 



27th Rigt. Jonathan Todd, Lieut. Col. Commandt:. 
Samuel Robefon, ift Maj. Samuel Gould, 2d Maj. 

Jonathan Merrick, Adjutant. Thomas W. Bray, 
Chaplain* T»vthy MU'^Zh S^tw4ftdteii Jtoto* 



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Ji'cl Griifin^, Pay-Mafter. Orchard Gould, Surgeon* 
Jbavid S. Brooks, Surgeon's Mate. 

L't*bt Infantry* 

Captains* Lieutenants. Ej.figns. 

hvilliam Brown, Samuel Elliott, Fre£on Kelfe/. • 

Thomas Hart, N athaniel Fo\vlcr,Timothy Stone, 
Vacant, Eli Fowler, Edward Baldwin, 

JRufus Norton, Seth Bilhop, James Davis, 

llofiah Munger, Benj. B. Will cox, Phi ne has Meigs, 
bideon Nor.ou, Samuel Bartlet, Oliver Fowler, 
Joreph Baldwin, Nathan Boie, Abr'rn Wheedon* 

Solomon l/indfley,Jo(iah Lindiley, Win Douglafs, 
Timothy Manger, Eber Munger, Benj Linin Field, 

32d Regt. Joel Hine, Lieut Col. Commandt. 
Samuel Fenn, ift Maj. Daniel Sacket, 2d Maj. 

Elifha Sanford, Adjatant. David L. Beebe, Chap- 
lain. Nathan Stiles, Quarter- Mafter. Samuel Mar- 
fhal, Pay-Mafter. Edward Crafts, Surgeon. Samuel 
Sanford, Surgeon's Mate. 

Grenaher Companies. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfivrts. 

CBcj-miin Ball, Samuel Hlgby, Jof. B. Barlow, ? 

I Me.' Hotchkift, Tiuui.Tiiompion, ElemuelRuffell. $ 

Jehiel Briint, Samuel Green, John Gunn, 

Eiij ,ih mith, Tho's Hotchkifs, Abraham Horger, 

Eli Botstbrd, Abel Ckirk, Stephen Gunn, 

Hez'ah Baldwin, Sam'l Newton, jr. Vinfon Ford, 

Afael Hyde, John Davis, E. Buckingham, 

Eli Hawkins, Enos Smith, Daniel Mcrrih, 

EUakim Ferrill, John Thomas, 2d. Peter Perkins, jr. 

Elijah Clark, D. Holbrook,jr. Eben. Johnfon. 

Second Uegt. of Cavalry, annexed to Third Brigade, 
Andrew Hull, j un . Major CommanJanfc, 



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William Lynde, Adjutant. Reuben Ives, ChaptaM.f 
Daniel Kirtland, farter-Mailer. Gould G. Noitt * ! 
Surgeon. 

£"* Solomon Talmage, Captain. 

Ebenezer Lindfiey, ill Lieutenant 
Stephen Maltby, 2d do. 
Simeon Goodyear, Cornet. 



lft Company. 



4d Company. 



^d Company. 



4*a Company. 



£" Daniel Wiljard, Captain. 

j Handly Bulhnell, i ft Lieutenant.. 

j Jonathan Williams, 2d do. 

C Noah Benton, Cornet. 

r Timothy Higgins, Captain. 
i Richard Treat, lit- Lieutenant. 
j r.phraira Baldwin, 2d do. 
C Afa Piatt, Cornet. 

r Benaj ah Mofs, Captain. 
j 'ohn Beach, lit Lieutenant. 
j benjamin Hull, 2d do. 
C Berry Tuthill, Cornet. 



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Third Brigade. 

Jofeph Williams, Brigadier-General. 
Dwiglit Ripley, Brigade- Major and Infpector. 

Jd Regt. John Raymond, Lieut. Col. Commands 
$amuel Green, ift Maj. Thaddens Brooks, 2d Maj. 

N-tthaniel L. Raymond, Adjutant. Henry Chan- 
jiing, Chaplain. Samuel Haynes, QnaVter-Mafter; 
Oliver Raymond, Pay -Matter. Thomas Coit, jua» 
Surgeon. 

Inhpendent Company, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Et.fgns. 

Simeon Smith, Richard Fofdiek, Vacant. 

Benjamin Holt, Chrif.ManwaringJohn Carrol, 
HiilaiuHcinp^djSara'i Pudtwood, Jofeph Emerfoj}, 



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pulfdRayrhoad, Elifs Willoughby, Lemuel Eakcr, 
prif. Avery, jr. Step. Prentice, jr. Zebulon Rogers, 
Jtephcn Douglafs, Dan'l Waferhoui*e,John Waterhoufe, 
JjenjaminDart, Philip Morgan, Jafon Beckwith, 
Stiver Comitock, Sam. Bradford, jr.Azel Rogers, 
Wait S. Avery, Henry D. Bollcs, Pet. Striekland,jr. 

3th Rsgt. David Boardman, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
j Ebenezer Avery, lit Maj. Daniel Avery, 2d Maj. 
Ebenezer Avery, Adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, Chap* 

(lain. , (Quarter-Mailer. William El- 

'redge, Pay-Mailer. John O. Minor, Surgeon. Bi- 
(hop Tyler, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants, Et/fyns, 

■ - y James Cook, David Avery, 

John Chefter, Stephen Morgan, Gurdon Ledyard, 
Jofeph Moxley, Ralph Hurlbut, Gilbert Edgcomb, 
Thaddcus Cook, William Cogrwel],Elima Letter, 
i, Moles Tyler, Eliiha Prentice, 
.J£ben. A. Packer, RofVell Fifh, > Simon Rhodes, 
Eben. Morgan, Stephen Morgan, Rufus Allyn, 
Jobnfon Saftord, Sanford Morgan, John Safford, 
Vacant, Richard Geer, Gurdon Geer. 

2oth Regt. Ebenezer Tracy, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Zachariah Huntington, lit Maj. Afa ^itcb, 2d Maj. • 

Reuben Willoby, Adjutant. Jofeph Strong, Chap- 
lain. Simeon Breed, (Quarter-Mailer. — . ■ ■■ -, 
Pay-Mailer. John Turner, Surgeon. Jedidiah Burn- 
ham, Surgeon' s-Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 

Henry S. Cobb, Capt. Gurdon Huntington, I ft Lieut. 
Andrew Pariih, 2d Lieut. John Hambleton, Lieut. F. 

Light Infantry. 
(kptaiks. Lieutenants. Enfirns. 

Peleg Tracy, Thomas Tracy, Cuming Eells. 

Grenadier Company. 
Timothy Letter, Samuel Tyler, Nathaniel Eells, 



Benjamin Tracy, 
Eleazer Tracy, 
Samuel Bifhop, 
Afa Benjamins, 
John Hough, 
Bela Armftrong, 
Simeon Hubbard, 
John Bingham, 



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Gurdon GifFQrds, Rufus Faller, 

Calvin Tracy, Benj. Greenflecl 

Andrew Clark, Reuben Wiliob}! 

Simeon Morgan, Nath'l Kimball, J 
Uriah Downer, 

Cherub Abel, John Munfell, 

Peter Lanraan, «— Cooley, 

Hez. Kingfley,. Afahel Bottom. 



30th Re gt. Jonathan Palmer, Lieut. Col. Command! 
Elias S. Palmer, ift M^j. Edward Swan, 2d Maj ] 

Jofhua Brown, jun. Adjutant. Hez. N. Woodrulj 
Chaplain. Jofeph D. Phelps, Quarter-Mailer. Johl 
Denifon, 4th, Pay-Matter. Afa Spalding, Surgeoil 
William Robinfon, Surgeon's* Mate. 

Captaitis. Lieutenants* Enfigns. 

Eph. Williams, Paul Babcock, Jeffe Stanton, 
John Baldwin, Daniel Meach, Thomas Smith, 
Nathan Brown, jr. William Randal, IchabodBrown,jr ! 
Ifaac Williams, Caleb Green, Tho. H. Peckham 

Park Williams, Jonathan Filh, 

Charles Crandal, Jofeph Chapman, Sanford Palmer, 
David Main, Jephtha Brown, Edward Holmes, 

Nehem. Palmer, Jonathan Crary, Gideon Fowler. 

33d Regt. Lemuel Lee, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Thomas Anderlon, I ft Maj. Rich. E. Selden, 2d Maj. 

Jofiah G. Ely, Adjutant. David Higgins, Chaplain. 
Selden Warner, Quarter- Mafter. Barnabas Lord, Pay- 
Mafter. John Is oyes, Surgeon. 

Matrofs Company. 

Seth Ely, jun. Capt. David M. Jewet, jft Lieut. 
Marlh Ely, 2d Lieut. 

Light Xiifantr), 

Captains. Lieutenants. F.nftgns. 

Richard M'Curdy, Enoch Lord, jun. Win. Sterling, jr. 

Grenadier Company. 
Nehemiah Smith. Daniel Peck, 2d, Daniel S, Way. 



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IWatHs Beckwith, David Avery, 

e Jofeph Smith, 3d, Simon Smith, Jcdidiah Beeb<?) 

$ jreorge Beckwith,Jofiah G. Ely, Ezra Gillet, 

Selden Warner, Abn. Comftock,jr. 

Luther Reeve, JUifha Stewart, 

Daniel Ayers, Mervin Huntley, Elilha. Smith. 

Third Regt. of Cavalry, annexed to Third Brigade. 

Jofeph Smith, Major Commandant. 

Jofhua Do *rer, Adjutant. Elias Hewit, Quarter- 
Mailer. Coddington Billings, Pay-Mafter. Avery 
toowner, Surgeon. 

f Eliiha Edgerton, Captain. 

Rofwell Fox, lit Lieutenant. 

Dudley Tracy, 2d Do. 

Eli Hartihorn, Cornet. 

Elifha Swan, Captain. 

William Brown, 1 ft Lieutenant, 

Ifaac Hewit, 2d Do. 

Chefter Smith, Cornet. 

Gurdon Hewit, Captain. 

Jonathan Auftin, lit Lieutenant? 

Chriftopher Raymond, 2d Do. 

Elifha Lyman, Cornet. 

William Williams, Captain. 

Thomas Wheeler, ift Lieutenant, 

Dav : J Tvloore, 2d Do. 

Jolhua Robinfon, Cornet. 






j ft Company. 



2 c 7 Company. 



3d Company. 



4th Company. 



Fourth Brigade. 

Elijah Abel, Brigadier-General. 
Jofepla Noyes, Brigade-Majer and Infpe&or. 

4th Regt. Aaron Barlow, Lieut. Col. Commands 
Burr Gilbert, ift Maj. Jofeph Noyes, 2d MaJ, 
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Hezekiah Hawley, Adjutant. Hezekiah Riplcv, 
Chaplain. Samuel Barlow, guarter-M after. Johri 
Sanfbrd, Pay-Mafter. David Rogers, Surgeon. Tho- 
mas Peck, Surgeon's-Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enf\*ns. 

Gold illiman, Elijah Bibbens, Thomas Wilfon, M 
Gerfliom Burr, Barna. L. Sturges, Aaron B. Sturges, 
William Bennitt, JefTup Taylor, Ab'm Morehoufe, 
B=HJamin Hull, William Hill, Jofeph Hill, 
Benj. Meeker, Morehoufe Goley, Stephen Gray, 
Albert JLockwood,Alban Bradley, Hea^ 1 *, Dikeman, 
Daniel Gray, Eli Lyon, Mile's "Mur-win, 

Cyrus Brinfmade, Wm. Gregory, Piatt Bennitt, 
Lazarus Hull, Ifaac Bennitt. 

9th Regt. Ebenezer Mead, Lieut. Col. Command t. 
Alexander Mills, i ft Maj. Hanfbrd Hait, 2d Maj. 

Thomas Green, Adjutant. Ifaac Lewis, Chaplain. 
Ifaac Mead, Quarter-Matter. Ebenezer Mead, Pay ? 
Mafter. Thaddeus Mead, Surgeon. Stephen Rock- 
well, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enji?ns. 

Jofeph Brown, Ebenezer Hait, Enos Waterbury,- 
Jonathan Jeflup,- Timo.. Reynolds, Steph. Lockwood, 
Ifaac Smith, Henry Wicks, Ebenezer Webb, 

Benjamin Hobby, Nathaniel Brown, Squire Hobby, 
Neheraiah Brown, jafper Mead, Jotham Wilfon, 

Frederick Hait, Abraham Davis, Jared Smith, 
David Hufted, Alexander Grigg, Ebenezer Dears, 
Samuel Mills, Samuel Deas, Jofeph Lockwoodo 
David Waterbury,Reuben Mead, 

28th Regt. Matthias Nicoll, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Edmund Curtifs, ift Maj. George Healy, id Maj. 

Philo Lewis, Adjutant. Aflibel Baldwin, Chaplain. 
Jofeph Shelton, Quarter-Mailer. James Bcardftey, 
Pay-Mafter. Lewis Burr, Surgeoii. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Knftgns. 

David Sherwood, Eph'm Beardfley, Wolcstt Hurd, 



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Pixley judfon, Elifha A. Clarke, Enoch Porfy 

David B. Newtoa, Philip Fairchild, Wt lis judfon, 

Samuel Curtifs, Henry Curtifs, Stephen Beardfley* 

Andrew Curtifs, James Beardfiey, Judfon Booth, 

GerfhomTuruey, \Vm. Beardfley, Amos Oihorn, 

John WTIcockfon, Jabez Bearduey, John T. Wheeler* 

Silas Wheeler, Lewis Shelton* Abel French, 

A'\vLeavenworth,Johri Wilcoxibn, John Strong. 
Cyrus Hawley, Aaron Hubbell, 
Robert Whitmure, John Thoxnpfoiij 



34th Regt. Jofliua King, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Jofeph Seely, >ft Maj. David Olmftead, 2d Maj. 

(Staff no Return.) 

Captains, Lreutenants. Ef>fi r z?;s. 

Job Smith, Clap Raymond, Thomas Be*] don, 

Afa Raymond, Stephen Hoit, William Fitch, 

Hezekiah Betts, Nath. Dauchv, jr,_ 
Steph. Lockwood,Tfaac Ohnilead^ Cak ;:b Benedict, 
David Keeler, Thomas Hoit, John Hurlbuf r 
Ifaac S. Ifaacs, Zadoc Raymond, Ifaac Keeler* 
Daniel Betts, Matthias St- John, 

John Hanford, David Street, 
Nehem. Hanford, Samuel Burrall, 
James Beaty, Ifaac S>t. John, 

Jn athan Sanford, 

4th Regt. of Cavalry, annexed to Fourth Sngadc, 

Jofeph Walker, M.jor-Commandant. 
Jofeph Thompfon, Adjutant. Azariah Whitmore, 
Chaplain. Victory Wetmore, Pay-Mafter. Lewis 
Burton, £>narter-Mafter. William Shelton, Surgeon* 
Charles Tomlinfon, Surgeon's Mate. 

(No Return of Captains and Subaltern:.) 



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Fifth Brigade. 

Mofes Cleveland, Brigadier-General. 
John M'Clellan, Brigade- Major and Infpe&&r a 

ith Regt* Abel Simmons, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Lebbeus Larabee, ifl Maj. Elijah Simons, 2d M- j. 

John N. Sumner, Adjutant. Mofes Cook Welch' 
Chaplain. William Perkins, Quarter-Mailer. Samue 
Perkins, Pay-Maiter. Samuel Lee, jun. Surgeon 
Daniel Loornis, Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 
Benjamin Hanks,~Capt. Thomas Jones, ill Lieut 

EliphaJet Dyer, 2d Lieut. , Fire Worker* : 

Grenadier Company. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Knjigns. 

Thar's Stedman, Tho's Williams, Roger Clark. 

Light Infantry . 
Edxn. Freeman, Royal Stow, Nath. Dunham. 

%Villiam Young, Jonath. Roberfon,Eliphalet Young^ 

Daniel Crocker, John Salter, E. Huntington, 

Jonath. Kirigfley, Verniah Palmer, John Walden, 

RofwellBurnha.m,Amos Snow,. Billy Snow, 

Jacob Holt, Samuel Fuller, Wm. Bennet, 

Stephen Rufs, Artemas Grtrley, EHiha Crane^ 

Benj'n Owen, Smith Kenda 1 , Ab. Work, 

£zra Smith, John Warren, Fred. Cloit. 

iithRegt. Lemuel Grofvenor, Lieut Col. Commandt* 
James Danielfon, ill M -j. Hobard Torrey, 2d M.j. 

David Holmes, Adjutant. William Graves, Chap- 
lain. Amos Paine, Ouarter-Mafrer. Siivanus Backus, 
Pay-Mailer. Jarcd^Vamer, Surgeon. Thomas Hub- 
bard, Surgeon's-Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 

Joha Lawrence^ Capt. Aholiab JohnfoB, xfl Lieu# 






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Bufhncll Hubbard, 2d Lieut. Oliver Laureate, 
Lieut. Fire-Worker. 

Grenadier Company 
Captains. Lieutenants. ' Enftgnf. 

WilJard Child, Timothy Child, Eben. Fkch. 

Light Infantry. 
Augur*. Learned, Abel Prince, ' Ifaac, Davis. 

JNath'n Grofverfor,Phillip Withy, Wm, \f/ Cheney, 
Santbrd Holmes, Leonard Mafon, David Friifell, 
N. Alexander, Jofeph Cady. jun. Benjamin Cutter, 
K. W. Williams, .Stephen Froft, David Denifon, 
John Day, David Day, Luther Warren, 

Elias Child, Ephraim May, William May, 

Chefter Converfe, Jonath. Ellis, jr. Jotham Jolmfon, 
Eph'mlngals, jr f Sam'l Sumner, jr. Greggs Groif, 
Wyman Carroll, David Wrlfon, Abraham Mafon, 
Elias Child, 2d, Elijah Perry, Andrew Williams, 

Amos Goodell, John Whitmore, Daniel Paine. 

i2thRegt. Daniel Tilden, Lieut, Col. Commands 
John Gilbert, lit Maj. James Mafon, 2d Maj. 

Afa Dutton, Adjutant. Timothy Stone, Chaplain. 
William Huntington, jr. Quarter-Matter. George O. 
Gilbert, Pay Matter. David Sutton, Surgeon. John 
L. Pierce, Surgeon' s-Mate. m 

Grenadier CQt?ipany.. 

Captains, Lieute?iants. Eufigns. 

Eliph. Dewey, W hi. Swift, Stephen D. Tilden. 

Light Infantry. 
Zabdiel Hide, Amos Loomis, S. Huntingtoa* 

Charles Gillet, Andrew Mann, . Hez. BifTell, 
Ruffel Wells, Ralph Mafh, Oliver Ingrahara, 

Ifaac Tichnor, Elea. Richardfon,Hez. Hartihorr, 
Amos Fowler, Seth Bartlet, ' Caleb Stark, 
Ehflia Buell, Jofeph Carrier, jr.Timo. Ihelps, 

Joha W, Parker, Sarthol. Turner, Siias Jones/' 
H-a- 



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Benj'n Buell, LenVl Kingftmry, Daniel White, 

Abr'm Willcox, Jonathan Cole, Roger \V. Clark* 

25th Regt. Abel Andrus, Lieut. Col. Command t. 
Shubal Hutchins, TftMaj. Mofes Robins, 2d Maj. 

Levi Robin fon, Adjutant. Joel Renadi&, Chaplain; 
\Vm. Pitt Cleveland, guarter-Mafter. Gurdon Ring- 
kam, Pay-Mafter. Daniel Gordon, Surgeon. 

Matrofs Company 
Ifaac Fuller, Capt. Shubal Rr own, ift. Lieut. Ja- 
bez Winchefter, 2d Lieut. Davis Cleveland, Lieut* 
Fire- Worker. 

•Grenadier Company 
Captains. "Lieutenants. Evfigns* 

Rofwell Parifh, Eben. Adams, Afa Norman. 

. Light Infantry 
Jacob Cleaveland, Fred. Andrus, Perez Cleaveland* 

Mofes Branch, jr. Aaron Crary, Nath. Park, 

Seth Clark, Afael Racon, Alba Hide, 

John Douglaft, John Campbell, James Riggs, 
John Cannady, Samuel Do&glafs, Oliver Parkhurfr,, 
Silas Cleaveland, Afa Rurgefs, Afa Rutts, 

Anthony Rrown, Alex. Gafton, Peter Rnrlingham, 
Loring Robbins, Jofeph Palmer, Paul Maine, 
Joel Day, Mofes Farnham, Jacob Rude, 

Elifha Bowman, Rofwell Morgan, Renj. Wood, 

Fiftb Regiment of Cavalry, annexed to Fifth Brigade 

Jacob Loomifs, Major-Commandant. 
Nath*l Huntington, Adjutant. Oliver Dodge, Chaplain. 

f John Clark, Captain. 
\fphraim 3. Frav, ill Lieutenant* 
zft Company. <^\ Abbey, 2d Do. 

£ Origin StQjrs^ Cornet* 



JCo 



1 Company. 



li Company. 



:h Company. 



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* Cyrus Spalding, Captain. 
)Eraftus Hough, lit Lieutenant 
) Nathaniel Gallup, 2d Do. 
_Elias Parkhurft, Cornet. 

"Simon Fitch, Captain. 
)Ifaiah Loomis, ift Lieutenant* 
>Jofeph Metcalf, 2d Do. 
.John Newcomb, Cornet. 

"Timothy Prince, Captain. 
) Chatter Child, ilt Lieutenant^ 
) Squire Seflions, 2d Do. 
.John \V. Chandler, Cornet. 



Sixth Brigade, 

Uriah Tracy, Brigadier-General. 
Heber Stone, Brigade -Muj or and Infpector* 

!4th Regt. Charles Burrel, jr. Lieut. Col. Commands 
Adonijah Strong, ift Maj. Elijah Stanton, 2d Maj. 

John Elmore, Adjutant. Amrai R. Robbins, Chap- 
am. Auguftus Pettibone, Quarter- Mailer. Silas 
Yloore, Pay-Matter. Caleb Aufti», Surgeon. John 
'. Walton, Surgeon's Mate. 

Gaptains. Lieutenants* Enfigns. 

Jonathan Burrall, Miles Lewis, Salmon Hunt, 

\ot Norton, jr. Jof. Canfield, jr. Philo Nichols, 
James Walton, Elifha Hinfdall, 
John Ure, Elifha Lafedon, 

John Hallibert, Jere. Hosford, jr- 
Thomas Bird,. Samuel Biiiell, 
Daniel <Pettibone, Afael Cafe, 
ere. W. Phelps, Stephen HoltJ ' Rof. M. Richards-, 
ienj. Goodrich, David Hunt, Joel Han, , 

limon Jackway, Henry Vandozen, Stephen Allen, 
)arius Phelps, 



[olm Adam, 
Will Lee, 
fof. Bulkley, jr, 
3aniet John ion, 
iofeph Sweet, 



ifai 



Harvey Whiting, 
Elias Hinfdall, 
Chandler Heydon 3 
Seth Coe, 



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J 7th Regt. . , Lieut. CoL Commandt. 

Hezekiah Hopkins, ift Maj. Heber Stone, 2d Maj 

Frederick Wolcott, Adjutant. Tudah Champ <ii 
Chaplain. Ro^er Skinner, £)uarter-Mafter. Daniel \\ 
Lewis, Pay-Mafter. Abei^Catlin, Surgeon. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enftgns. 

Ephraim Kirby, John Phelps, Thomas Collier, 

Lewis Kilborn, [araes Brige, Elia. Ofborne, 

Sam'l WoodruH, Norman Buel, Salmon £uel, jr. 
Frederick Phelps, Luman Catlin, Jofiah Pond, 
Seth Wetmore, Jofeph Taylor, 
Nath'l Goodwin, Eldad Gibbs, 
HavilahThomfon, Daniel Scovil, 
Ifaiah Little, Nath'l Auftin, 

Stephen Runny, So'om. Simmons, Hezekiah Smith, JE 
Tho's Catlin, jr. James iyiarih, Nath'l Marfh- ] 

25th Regt. Ozias Brunfon, Lieut. Col Comrnandt. 
• Ifrael jones, ift Maj. Samuel Mills, 2d Maj. 

Phinehas Cadwell, Adjutant. Publius V. Bouge 5 
Chaplain. Jefle Hill, Quarter- Mailer. Ozias Bron- 
fon, Pay-Mafter. Jeremiah Wilfon, Surgeon. Rofivell 
Abernarthy, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enftgns. 

SanVl Blakeflee, Ifaac Filley, Mofes Wright, 

Eliohalet Auftin, Th. C. Brinfmade,Jared Andrews, 

Mofes Kellogg, Jehiel Benham, jofeph Cowles, 

William Cook, Reverius Bidwell,Earles Thorp, 

John G liidings, Abel Mofes, Tho's Buftinell, 

Benani B ronton," Sam'l Wetmore, Benj. Benedict, 

Solomon Newel, Nath'l Lewis, Humphry Cafe, 

Abner Newton, Samuel Sutliff, Phineas,Holcomh, 

Arah Phelps, Ifaac Vineeland.,, James Portt^ 

George Frazer, John Wright, Zenas Wilfon, 

Martin CofTett, Abner Cafe, Jehie.1 Wilcox. 

35th Regt.. AugufUne Taylor, Lieut. Col. Commandt, 
BsnjaiainG^ld, lit "Maj- TiiWthy Hale, id. Maj. 



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Ifaac Hunt, Adjutant. Cotton M. Smith, Chaplain* 
i i)livcr Burnhs.ni, Quarter-Mailer. George King, Pay* 
Mailer. Samuel 11. Gager, Surgeon. Eliiha North, 
furgeon's Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 
Samuel Canfield, Capt. Judion Canfield, I ft Lieut. 
3aniel St. John, 2d Lieut. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Enftgns. 

And'w Andrews, Amos Briftol, Cha's F. Jackfon, 
iPaul Smith, Demas Mather, Wait Wiiliams,, 

Jelle Standley, Cyp. Collins, jr. Timothy Collins, 
Abbe Thorp, John BriiLol, Benjamin Btil r 

Ab'in Pratt, Daniel Gay, Calvin Guy, 

Timothy Buel, Abr'm Humphrey, Lw'vi Humphrey, 
,'Edni. Bennett, John Fuller, * Ezraliut-hkisfon, 
iThomas St. John, Allen Barftow, Phin. Benjamin, 
JLliasHart, Noah Kogcrs, Kezekiah Gouid. 

6th Kegt. of Cavalry, annexed to Sixth Brigade* 

Elihu Lewis, Major-Command«nt. 

Aaron Smith, Adjutant. Aiahcl Hooker, Chaplain, 
Norman Grifwold, farter-Mailer. Lemuel Cui ring- 
ton, Surgeon. 

r John A. Sedgwick, Captain. 

lit Company. ^ 1 ^ u{^L ; , Hunr > lft J-i€tttei»Ht- 
J Abraham t»urt, 2d do. 
C David Patterfon, Cornet. 



, Captain. 



2d Company. -> £*»* r hQmpfon,, ifl: Lieutenant. 
) William Grunt, 2d do. 
Q ? Cornet. 

r Martin Smith, Captain. 
3d Cempuny. .) Chauncey -eymour, ift Lieut^nas 
r J p Benjamin Wells, 2d do, 
C Iiaac Jones, Coraetij. 



4th Company. 



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f* Christopher Johnfon, Captain. 
J) Aaron Bradley, ift Lieutenant. 



L jacot 



h Gaylord, 2d do. 
6o Kilborn, Cornet. 



Seventh Brigade. 



Henry Champion, 2d, Brigadier-General. 
Daniel Worthington, Brigade Major and lofpectofJ 

6th Regt. Esekiel P. Belden, Lieut. Col. Commanc 
Eiiiha Hale, ift Maj. Timothy Ruffe], 2d Ma] 

Frederick Batler, Adjutant. William Brown, Cha 
lain: David Hale, Quarter-Maftcr. Liim. William 
Pay-Maiter. George Olcott, .vurgeon. Abner Moft 
ley, •'•urge on' s- Mate. 

Cdptains. Lieutenants. Rnfigus. 

Z- Richardibn, David Dickinfon, Eliakim Goodrich 
Nath'l Taicott, Hez. Wetmore, 
James McLean, Afa Gaftie, 
Hofea kuikley, Levi Welles* 
Robert Welles, James ; mith, 
Eliftia Robbins, Abvjah Porter, 
Saro'l Vvoodhoufeyjames Francis, 
jabez Waterman, Joel Nicholfbn, 



John Hale, 
John Role, 

Ala DemitiS, 

Elijah Covel, 

LcviLufh, 

Levi Churchill, 

Eiiiha Welles, 

Matthew Houfe, Mofes Goodale, -am'l Brooks. 

15th Regt. Ifaac Cowles, Lieut. CoL Commandt. 
Solomon Cowies, ift Maj. judah Barns, 2d Maj. 

Samuel Hart, Adjutant. 

O. Lee, £uarter-Mafter. 

Theodore 'Vadfworth, Surgecn, 
Surgeon's-Mate. 

Matrofs Cewpzry . 

Jacob Hungcrford,Capt. fcaniuel Newel, ift Lieufc 
Jeffs Gaylord, 2d Lieut. 



Benoni Upton, Chaplain, 

, Pay- Mart en 

bylvefter Welles, 



Captain f* 
imuel Root, 
nath. Root, 
imes Mcnil, 
ideon Hart, 
lijah Hart, jun. 
li Rowe, 
m. S. vv ightman 
tmuel Hifhop, 
alter Butcher, 
meon Hart, 
irles Humphrey, 
enj. Hopkins. 



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Grenadier Company* 

Lieutenants, Evfigns. 

Elia s Lewis, J°hn M. Cofe, 

Samuel Hart, John Barns, 
Daniel Tillotfon, Jofeph Porter, 
Ozias Cowles, JeiVe Dickinfon, 
Elij. Francis, jun. Aaron Hart, 
Amon Ives, John Kich, 

,Gould Crifley, Jofeph French, 
Ezra Willcox, Solomon Miller, 

A. Hart, Zach. Markes, 

Theod. Pettibone,Alex. Pettibone, 
Amos Peck. Abel Gridley. 



|d Regt. * Sarrmel \V. Dana, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Giles Curtifs, ill Maj. Jonathan Bowers, 2d Maj. 

John Fifk, Adjutant. "Nathan- Fenn, Chaplain. 
linM Bigelow, Quarter-Marter. Elnathan Smith, jr. 
ay-Mailer. EhTha Phelps, Surgeon. Wm. B. Hall, 
lrgeon's-Mate. 

Light Infantry, 

Captains. Lieutenants, ' Enfvgns. 

aniel Henfhaw, Tho's Leverett, Bczaleel Latimer. 



emuel Storrs, 
paphras Sage, 
enj. Gilbert, 
avid Hall, 
?lah Savage, 
)hn Park, 
:ephen Turner, 
parrow Smith, 
/illiam Harris, 
:>feph Pel ton, 



Jofeph Starr, 
Samuel White, 

Samuel Willcox, 
Simeon North, 
Anfel Brainerd, 
Eliflia Coe, 
Samuel Brown, 
Timothy Harrifs, 
Abnep Sage, 



G. H. Knap, 
W r m. Ranney, 
Oliver Prout, 
Daniel White, 
Hofea Goodrich, 
Elias Selden, 
Oliver Bailey^ 
Jabez Hall, 
John Hubbard, 
Samuel Penfield. 



Uh Regt. Epaphroditus Champion, Lt. Col. Commdt. 
Daniel V/atrous, ifi. Maj: Jona- t >. Mofeley, 2d Maj. 
Jared Spencer,. Adjutant* Elijah Parfons, Chaplain. 



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Jofiiua R. Bulkley, Quarter-Mafter. Jofeph Worth 
xngton, Pay- M after* 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enftptts. 

Robert Cone, Samuel P. Lord, George Lord, 

Uzziel Foot, Gibbons Mather, Jofhua Hall, 

Call Gates, John Percival, Elifha Cone, 

Eleazer Dunham, Benj. Adams, Vv'm. Dunham, 

Abram Randall, Stephen RolTeter, Abel Gates, 
Nath'l Lord, Noadiah Fuller, Samuel Emmons, 

Amos Handall, Jofiah Gritting, Ruffe 1 Harvey, 
Amos Jones, Daniel Dodge, Jabez Jones^ 2d. 



!An 



7th Regt. of Cavalry, annexed to Seventh Brigade 

David Lyman, Major-Commandant. 

William S. Judfon, Adjutant. — Gleafon, Quar- 
ter-Mafter. — — Tracy, Surgeon. 

(" Daniel Gridley, Captain. 

Daniel Longton, ift Lieutenant. 
Solomon Fifk, 2d do. 
Joel Root, Cornet. 

Jonathan Cowles, Captain, 
Luke Wadfwortb, 1 ft Lieutenant* 
Chauncy Gleafon, 2d do. 
p William S. Judd, Cornet. 

John Roberts, Captain. 
Giles VVillcox, ift Lieut. 
Jofeph Galpin, 2d do. 
( James Plumb, Cornet. 

' Timothy Gates, Captain. 

; Uriah Carrier, ift Lieutenant. - 

> Oliver Warner, 2d do. 

„ Daniel Clark, Cornet. 

' Samfon Hunt, Captain, 
f Elifha Williams, 1 ft Lieutenant. 
\ Leonard Welles, 2d do. 
— ■ ■ ■ ' , Comet. 



1 ft Company. 



2d Company. 



^d Company. 



4th Company. 



5th Company. 



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Eighth Brigade. 

David Judfon, Brigadier-General. 
(No return of Brigade -Major and Infpe&or.y 

3th Regt. Nathaniel Mitchel, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
i JoelHinraan, ift Maj. Ephraim Hinman, 2d Maj. 

! David Tallman, A-!jutant. Noah Benedict, Chap- 
ain. Timothy Hinman, Quarter-Mafter. Richard 
3. Marftiall, Pay-Mafter. frath'l Perry, Surgeon. 
Anthony Berrit, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Enfigns. 

[ofhua Church, Afa Stoddard, Nath'I Bacon, 
4mos Mitchel, Sam'l Wilier, David Hammond, 
3. H. Cunningham, Bethuel Treat, Samuel Seward, 
Phineas Smith, Jofiah Prentice, Daniel Jackfon, 
tfeh. Lambert, Afa Ofborn, ^ James Hinman, 
[ohnBulford, M. Leavenworth, Hez. Hine, 
A.b'm Brownfon, Juftus Hinman, Deli v. Painter, 
Jof. Hicock, Noah Martin, Dauiei Warner, 

Abijah Mitchel, Lewis Stiles. 



th Regt. Timothy Taylor, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
David Baldwin, 1 ft Maj. J ultus Barnum, 2d Maj. 

Friend Starr, Adjutant. Timothy Langdon, Chap- 
lain. Edward's Ely, Quarter-Mafter. Matthew E. 
Whittlefey, Pay-Mafter. Bennet Perry, Surgeon. 
Jofeph Trowbridge, SurgeonVMate. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enfigns, 

Enos Johnfon, Philo Botsford, Abel Barnum, 
Jof. Barnum, Benj. Peck, Abij ah B. Curtis, 

Ruflel White, 
Ezra Sherman, 



M. K. Botsford, 

Ezra Northrup, 

Samuel Barnum, Wm. Chappe'l,' 

John Rider, S. B. Barnum, 

Alex. M'Lean, Ifaac Rockwell, 



John M'Lean, 
Amos Morris, 
Noah Knipp, 
EliakiraNaflu 
Philip Brufh, 



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Eli Barfs,, Lamfon Birch, Sam' 1 Beers. 

John Perry, Nathan Dibble, 

Smith Booth, Eph'm Wafhburn, 

26th Regt. Daniel Potter, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Wm. Leaveriworih, ift Maj. Noah Baldwin, 2d Maj. 

JefTe Hopkins, Adjutant. Uriah Gridley, Chaplain 
Lake Potter, £Hiarter-Mafter. Daniel Stone, Pay- 
Mailer, ffaac Baldwin, Surgeon. John Elton, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants* Enftgns. 

Elifoa Froft, John Kingfbury, Jofeph Twitchel, 

Street Richards, Mark Warner, Eleazer Judd, 
Caleb Hickox, Eph'm TuthilJ, Allen Wells, 
Samuel Fenn, Walter Judd, Jofiah Ferritt, 

Daniel Smith, Amri Tatmage, Ab'm Hicocks, 
Ifaac Judd, Rut us Lockwood, Japhet Benhani, 

jaredVerritt, Stiles Hotchkifs, Jofeph B. Cundee, 
Levi Bronfon, Jofeph Brownfon, John Merriman, 
Amos Seymour, Jared Pitchard, Selden Scoyil. 

Mecah Blakeilee, 

Lemuel Harrifon, 



<29th Regt. Elifha Boftwick, Lieut. Col. Commandte 
Perry Averill, ift Maj. Ozias Buel, 2d Maj. 

Thomas Farmer, Adjutant. Thomas Canfield, Pay- 
Matter. Alter Canfield, Quarter-Mailer. Seth Haft- 
ings, Surgeon. Chancy Lowry, Surgeon's Mate. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enjifns. 

Ephraim Tanner, Nath'l Spooner, Salmon Sacket, 
Xeuben Warner, Benj . R. Boftwick,Elizair Warner, 
Eli Tod!, Eliflia Downs, Beebe Hine, 

Ebenezer Put, Wm. Coggefnall, Bennet Picket, 
Eliiha Stew art, Amos Hubbell, Richard Elliott,. 
John Barnum, Peter Pratt, E. Chamberlain, 

Rev ild Fuller, Abij ah Berry, Rufus Clark, 
Jofeph Eafton, Abner Hollifter, Ithiel Carter, 
Eb. Trowbridge, George C Smith, Timo. Mitchell, 
Briggs I«S erfol j Abraham Hayt, Jafper Bennet* 



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?th Regiment of Cavalry, annexed to Eighth Brigade. 

Robert Hannah, Major Commandant. 

Vacant, Adjutant. Azel Backus, Chaplain. Ab- 
ner Wheeler, Quarter-Mafter. William Mofele.y, 
Pay-Matter. 

S William Taylor, Captain. 
Friend Clark, ift Lieutenant. 
r - ) David Camp, 2a Do. 

(_Bela Thornpfon, Cornet. 

("Thomas Cole, Captain. 

.% n ) Edmund Lockwood, ill Lieutenant. 

2d Company. ^ >hn q^ 2d ^ 

Clra Brownfon, Cornet. 

r"Seth Martin, Captain. 

^j r™™„*r jSeth Comdock, ill Lieutenant. 
3d Company. ^ Thomas s?ck ^ 2d ^ 

(.Herman Canfield, Cornet. 

r"Afae! Benedicl, Captain. 

4th Company. <**£5? ffiH^S * LieutenCint ^ 

r - J Nathan Whitney, 2d Do. 

C Anthony Gsernfey, Coinst. 



B A N K S. 



HARTFORD BANK, 

John Caldwell, Efq. Prefiderrt, 
Hezekiah Merrills, Caftiier. 

DIRECTOR 



Meff'rs. John Caldwell, 
John Morgan, 
Kph'm Root, 
George Goodwin, 



Caleb Bull, 
Peleg Sanibrd, 
Daniel Wadrwortli. 
Elias Morgan-. 



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UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Jedidiah Huntington, Efq. Prefident. 
John Hallam, Caihier. 

DIRECTORS. 



MeiTrs. Jed. Huntington, 
Jofepk Tlowtand, 
William Stewart. 
Samuel Wo Abridge, 
Jon a than -Starr, 
Joil'ph Perkins, 
Richard \V. Parkin, 



Simeon Thomas^ 
Klias Perkins, 
Daniel L. Coit, 
George Hallain, 
Bela Peck, 
ElimaHinmaa. 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. ' 

David Austin, Efq. Prefident, 
William Lyon, Efq. Gamier. 



D I R E C 

MeiTrs. David Auftin, 
Ifaac Beers, 
Ellas Shipman, 
jofeph Drake, 
Timothy Phelps, 



TivaHdeus Beech^ 
Stephen Ailing, 
David Daggett, 
Frederick Hunt'. 



NORWICH BANK. 

E3Kii2Z£* Hjntimgton, Efq. President. 
Hezekiah Perkins, Caikier. 

DIRECTOR S. 



MelF'rs Jofliua Lathrop, 
Daniel Dunham, 
Elias Brown, 
Eben. Htmtington, 
Jofeph >■■ illiams, 
Davd rrumball, 
Jabe-^ Huntington, 



Jabez Perkins, 
Elijah rlouie, 
Thomas Fanning, 
James Lunman, 
Luther Payne, 
Jonathan Devotion* 



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Vnited States Bank at Philadelphia. 
Four Branches of thi<» Bank are cftablifhed, vte.at 
Boflon, New Yoik, Baltimore, and £outh Carolina.] 

Thomas Willing, P-efident. 

George Simpfon, Cafhier. 

Henry Kuhl, Afliftant Cafhier. 

United States Branch Bank at Bofton, 
Arnold Welles, Prefident. Peter Roe Dalton, Cafhier. 

New-York Branch Bank. 
Cornelius Ray, Prefident. Jonathan Burrall, Cafhier. 



Branch Bank at Baltimore 9 Mary/ana'. 
George Gale, Prefident. David Harris, Caihier. 

Branch Bank at Charlefton, South Carolina. 
Daniel de SaulTure, Prefident. Jofiah Smith, Cafhier,. 

EjJl'X Bank, at Salem. 
William Gray, Prefident. James King, Cafhier. 



Majfachufrfis Bank at Bofton. 
William Phillips, Prefident. James Thwing, Caihier, 

Vnion Bank at Bofton. 
Mofes Gill, Prefident. George Burroughs, Caihier. 

Mcrrimac Bank at Newbury Port. 
William Bartlett, Prefident. Jofeph Cutler, Caihier, 

Glouceftcr, Cape Ann Bank. 
John Somes, Prefident. Jofeph Allen, Cafhier, 

Bauk at Nantucket, 
Peleg Coffin, Prefident. George Folgier, Cafhier. 

Bank at Portfmouth y New-Hamp/bire. 
John Taylor GUiacm ; Prefident. John I fierce, Qa&kr, 



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T5a??k at Provhience, • 
John Brwn, Prefident. Olney Windfor, Camier. 

Bank of tfevj-Yorf, * 
Gillian Verplank, Prefident. Charles Wilkes, Cafhiei 

B .ink of 'Columbia , at Hwtfon. 
Stephen Paddock, Prefident. James Nixon, Cafhier 

Bank at Albany. 
AWm TenBroeck, p re f lc l. Garrat*Van Schaack, Caflr r 

Delaware Bank, at Wilmington. 
Jofeph -Tatiiall, Prefident. , Cafhier. 

Pennsylvania Bank. 
John Barcklay, Prefident. Jonathan Mifflin, Cafhier. 

Bank of North America at Philadelphia. 
John Nixon, Prefident. Richard Wells, Cafhier. 

Bank of Maryland. 
Samuel Paterfon, Prefident. jcben. Mackre, Cafhier- 

Bank of Seuth Carolina. 
Thomas Jones, Prefident. Thomas W. Bacot, Cafhier- 



Courts iti the State of Coixne£licut. 

Supreme Court of Errors. 
HpO fit the firft Tuefday in June, annually ; alter- 
i. nately at Hartford and New-Haven, beginning at' 
the former. It is compofed of the Governor, Lieuten- 
ant-Governor, and twelve Afliftants. 

SUP ERIO R COURTS. 
Primary Circuit.— At Middletown, laft Tuefday fa ve 
one in July, New-Haven, laft Tuefday in July. Pan- 



jflie; 



[ *«3 1 

bury, 2i\ Tuefday in Auguft. Litchfield, 3d Tuefday 
in Au*uft. Hartford, 1 ft Tuefday in Sept. Windham, 
3d Tuefday in Sept. N.London, 4th Tuefday in Sept. 
Si-coiiUrj Circuit — At Haddam, laft Tuefday in De- 
cember. 'New-Haven, 1 ft Tuefday in January. Fair- 
II field, 3 I Tuefday in January. Litchfield, laft Tuefday 
, in anuary. H atford, 2d Twefday in February. Tol- 
"ttjland, 4th Tuefday in February. Windham, I ft Tuef- 
' dav in March, r orwich, 3d Tuefday in March. 
COURTS of COMMON PLEAS. 
1 At Hartford, 3 1 Tuefday in- March, and ift in Nov. 
New-Haven, 3d Tuefday in March, and 4th in Nov. 
New- London, 2d Tuefday in June. Norwich, 4th 
Tuefday in Nov. Fairfield, 3d Tuefday in April. 
Danbury, 3d Tuefday in Nov. Windham, 3d Tuef- 
day in Auguft, and 2d in Dec. Litchfield, 4th Tuef- 
day in March, and 3d in Sept. Middletown, 2.1 Tuef- 
day in Nov. Haddam, lit Tuefday in April. Tol- 
land, 2d Tuefday s in February and September* 

Courts in the State of Rhode-Ifland. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

AT Newport, March 6, and Auguft 28. Provi- 
dence, March 2o, and Sept. 18. South-Kingftown, 
April 2d, and October 9. Briftol, March 13, and Sept. 
II. Eaft- Greenwich, April 10, and October 2. 
COURTS of COMMON PLEAS. 
At Newport, May 15, and Nov. .13. Providence, 
May 22, and Dec. 18. South-Kingftown, Feb. 13, and 
Auguft 14. Briftol, January 9, and June 5. Eaft- 
Greenwich, January 16, and Auguft 21. 

Courts in Maffachufetts. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURTS. 

AT Bofton, the 3d Tuefday in February and the 
laft Tuefday in Auguft, Ipi\yich ; the 3d Tuefday 



I * w <± J 

In June. WifcafTet, the 2d Tuefday in July. Dedham^ 
the 4tii Tuefda^ in Auguft. Salem, the 2d Tuefday in 
November. Cambridge, the laft Tuefday in Oclober. 
Concord, the 2d Tuefday in April. Northampton, the 
lull Tuefday in April, and 4th Tuefday in September. 
Plymouth, the 3d Tuefday in May. Barnitable, the 
Wednefday next preceding the 3d Tuefday in'May. 
Taunton, the Tuefday preceding the laft Tuefday in 
October. York, the 4th Tuefday in June. Worces- 
ter, the Tuefday next preceding th<2 laft Tuefday in 
April, and the 3d Tuefday in September. Portland, 
the Tuefday next following the 4th Tuefday in June. 
Pownalhoiougb, the 2d Tuefday next following the 4th. 
Tuefday in June. Lenox, the ill Tuefday in October 

Courts in New- Hampshire. 

SUPERIOR CCVRTS. 

AT Portfmouth, on the 4th Tuefday in April ; and 
at Exeter, the 3d Tuefday in Sept. At Dover, 
on the 2d Tuefdays in April and Sept. At Hopkintcn, 
on the 2d Tuefday in May, and at Amherit, the firfi 
Tuefday in o&ober. At Charlelton, the 3d Tuefday 
in May ; and at Keene, the 3d Tuefday in October. 
At Plymouth, the 4th Tuefday in May j and at Hav- 
erhill, the Tuefday following the 4th Tuefday in Goto. 

INFERIOR COVRrS. 
At Portfmouth, the id TueiBay in February, and 
4th in M.iy ; and at h-xeter, the 2d Tuefday in Auguit, 
and ift in November. At Dover the 3d Tuefday in 
February. At Rochefter, the 4th Tuefday in June. 
At Gilmanton, the 3d Tuefdays in Auguft. and Nov. 
At Amherft, the 2d Tuefdays in March and ]une. At 
Hopkinton, the ill Tuefday in Sept. and 2d in Dec. 
At Keene, the 3d Tuefdays of March and June ; and 
at Charleflon, the 4th Tuefday of Sept. and 3d in Dec. 
At Plymouth, the ill Tuefdays of Sept. and Dec. and 
at Haverhill, the. lit Xj*efdav.*i U* ^I^r;;^ und June^ 



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Courts in ike State of Vermont. 



SUPREME COURTS. 



AT Bennington and Manchefter, alternately, on the 
. ift Tuefday in Auguft. At Rutland, on the 2d 
Puefday in Auguft. At Newfane, on the 2d Tuefday 
in Sept.' At W oodftock, the 2d Tuefday, next fbl low- 
ling the 4th in Auguft. At Newbury, on the ift Tuef- 
day after the 4th in Sept. At Middleborough. the 3d 
Tuefday in Auguft. At Burlington, the 4th Tuefday 
in Auguft. 

COUNT f COURT'S. 
At Sennington, the 3d Monday in Dec. and at Man- 
chefter, the ift Monday in June. At Rutland, the 3d 
Mondays in March and Nov. At Newfane, the 2d 
Mondays in June and Nov. At AV oodftock, the 4th 
Monday in March, ibe laft in May, and 4th in Sept. 
At Newbury, the 2d Mondays of June and Dec. At 
Middleborough, the ift Monday in March, and laft in 
September. At Burlington, the Mondays preceding 
the laft in September and February. 

Sittings of the~F^deral COURTS. 

SUPREME COURT. 

T the Seat of Government, on the firft Monday? 
in February and Auguft annually. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

Eastern Circuit. 

In Ncw-Hampfhire, at Portsmouth, the 27th day of 
May ; and at Exeter, the 24th of October. 

In Vermont, at Windfor and Bennington, alternate- 
ly, on the !2th day of May, at Windfor in May, 1795. 

In Maflicnufetts, at Boi'ton, on the 7th day of june, 
and the 12th of Oftober. 

In R o'.e-Iilanc, at Newport, on the 19th ©f June, 
aifcl at Providsnca cm the 7th of November. 



[ :o6 ] 

In Connecticut, at New-Haves, on the 25th day« 
April, and at Hartford, on the 25th of* September, fc 

In New- York, at New-York, en the 5th da\s W : 

April and September. * m 

Middle Circuit. Lc 

In New-Jerfey, at Trenton, on the 2d days of Ap! 
and October. 

In Pennfylvania, at Philadelphia, on the nth da B 
of April and Ociober. 

In Delaware, at New-Caftle 9 on the fecond Mond; 
in June, and at Dover en the 27th day of October. 

In Maryland, at Annapolis, on the 7th day of Ma 
and at t.aiton, on the 7th of November. 

In Virginia, at Richmond, on the 22d days of Ma: 
and November. 

Southern Circuit. 

In North Carolina, at Raleigh, on the firfl day c 
June, and en the 30th of November. 

In South Carolina, at Charlefton, on the 25th day 
October, and at Columbia on the 12th of May. 

In Georgia, at Savannah, on the 25th day of April 
and at Auguila, on the 8th of November. 

When any of the above Days happen on a Sunday, the 
Court is to be held on the Monday following. 

Diftria Courts. 

IN the Difcri^ of Maine, at Portland and Pownat- 
borough, alternately, on the firft. Tuefday of March, 
third Tuefday of June, lirft Tuefday s of September 
and December. 

In New-Hampfhire, alternately at Portfmouth and 
Exeter, on the third Tuefday s in March, June, Sep- 
tember and December. 

In Vermont, at Windfor and Rutland, alternately, 
on the ift Mondays of Feb'y, May, Augufl and Nov. 
In MaiTachufetts, alternately at Bolton and Salem, 
onths 3d Tuifday in March, the 4th Tuefday in June, 
toe 2d Tuefday ia September, and fcnt in December. 



C «°7 1 

j In Rhode-Ifland, at Newport and Providence, alter- 
lately, on the firft Mondays of February, May, Au- 
aft and November. ' 

! In Connecticut, alternately at Hartford and New- 
[iaven, on the third Tuefdays in February, May, 
Uguft and November. 

In New-York, at the city of New-York, on the firft 
7-uefday in February, May, Auguft and November. 
In New-Jerfey, at Burlington, and New-Brunfwick, 
jternately, on the firft Tuefdays in February, May, 
Luguft and November. 

In Pennfylvania, at Philadelphia, on the third Mon- 
eys in February, May, Auguft and November. 
In Delaware, alternately at Dover and New-Caftle, 
n the fourth Tuefdays in February, May, Auguft 
nd November. 

- In Maryland, at Eafton and Baltimore, alternately, 
m the firft Tuefday in March, June, Sept. and Dec. 

In Virginia, alternately at Williamlburg and Rich- 
nond, on the third Tuefdays in March, June, Septem- 
\ )er and December. 

In Kentucky, at Frankfort, on the third Tuefdays 
n March, June, September and December. 

In North Carolina, at Newbern, Wilmington and E» 
ienton, in rotation, on the ift Monday in Jan'y, April, 
July and October; beginning at Newbern in 1792. 

In South Carolina, at Charlefton, on the third Mon^ 
day in March and September ; the firft Monday in July, 
and fecond Monday in December. 

Ih Georgia, at Savannah, on the fecond Tuefday in 
jjFebruary, May and Auguft ; and at Auguft a the fee 
jond Tuefday in November. 



Poft-Offi.ce Eftablifhment. 

Joppb Haberjbmi) Poft-Mafter-Geaeral, Salary 2400 dolt 
Qbarles Barrel^ Aififtant, Salary izog dollars, 



£ io8 } 

The General Poft-Omce is to be kept at the Seat 
Government, and the Poft-Maiter-General to be a 
lowed four Clerks, their Salaries 500 dollars each, 

RATES of POSTAGE. 
For letters conveyed by land, fmgle, double, and triple 



Single letters 30 miles, 6 cts 
60 8 cents. 
100 10 cents. 
153 12 &half. 
200 15 cents. |fc 



Letters, 25 mile^iycts 

350 20 centslto 
450 22 cents jr<j\ 

More than 45 ^ 25 cents k 



Double letters are double, and triple letters, triple oi 
thefe rates. A packet of the weight of one ounce, al 
the rate of four fmgle letters, and in like proportion foi 
one of a greater weight. J,5 

No allowance to be made for. intermediate miles. 

Single letters palling by fea, in packet boats, the pro- n 
perty of the United States, 8 cents each; double let-ity 
ters, 16 cents; and triple letters, 24 cents. All let- |C 
ters or packets by private veflels, 4 cents each, with ij 
the addition of p®ftage, if deftined to any other place 
than where the velfel may arrive. 

No vefTel can be permitted to report, make entry, 
or break bulk, until the Mafter has delivered to the 
Poft-Mafter all the letters brought in hisvefTel, except 
thofe for the owner or confignee. 

Epifcopalian Bishops in America. 

John Bowden, Bifhop in Connecticut. J 
Samuel Provoft, Bifhop at New-York. 
William White, Bifhop in Pennfylvania. 
Thomas J. Clagget, Bilhop in Maryland. 
James Maddifon, Bifhop in Virginia. 
Robert Inglis, Bifhop in South-Carolina. 
Charles Pettigrew, Bifhop in North-Carolina. 
Jacob Mountain, Bifliop in Canada. 
George Inglis, Bifhop at Nova-Scotia. 
Hugh Peters, Bifhop elect for Vermont. 
John Carol 1, of Maryland, Roman Catholic Biihop. 



C icg ] 




?! ROADS. 




4 | (No. T.) Walpole, 8 Montville, 


7 


kiai.to Newport. Dedham, 8 Norwich, 


7 


, proton, miles, 4 Boilon, 1 1 Franklin, 


4 


^ftonington, 5 — Windham, 


S 


ctJ pucatucbridge,5 103 Afhford, 


14 


nt 42harleftown, 8 (tfo. IV-) Union, 


7 


grower- Hill, 17 From Bofton to Brimneld, 


11 


^•rerry, 3 Newburyport, 43 Palmer, 


6 


Newport, 7 .FV*/;/ New bury- Belchertown, 


10 


> i port to Portf- Amherft, 


8 


ai 49 mouth, 22 Sunderland, 


6 


k (No. II.) Fr^w Portfmouth Montague, 


14 


iLtf-uwroidFrfPRo- fa Portland, 62 Northfield, 


6 


vidence. JVmm Portland to Hinfdale, 


1 1 


HlTo Towerhill, 39 Machias, 203 Chefterfield, 


9 


£• North Kingfton, 6 — Weftmoreland 


> 9 : 


•(Greenwich, 10 332 Walpole, 


9 


Wulling-Mill, 3 (No. V.) Charleftown, 


S 


? [Providence, 10 Road to Hartford Claramont, 


8 


• < ' by Middletown. Cornifh, 


10 


1 68 Montville, 7 Plainfield, 


5 


(No. III.) — Otis, 8 Lebanon, 


9 


ftVddte roadtoVro- *— Chamberlain, 3 College, 


5 


widence^rBofton. Colchefter, 6 „• *— 




Turnpike, Mont Arnold, 10 fT* 


^7 


ville, 7 — . Brown, 9 (No. VII.) 




Norwich, 7 Over the Ferry to Road to New-Ha» 


Lifbon, 6 Middletown, 1 yen and New- 


Plainfield, 8 Rocky Hill, 7 York. 




Voluntown, 4 Wethersfield, 4 Lyme, 


IS 


jlScituate, n Hartford, 4 Acrofs the Ferry 


I— Manchefter, 3 to Saybrook, 


4 


Providence, 12 S5 Killingworth, 


9 


Attleborough, 9 (No. VL) Guilford, 


10 


— Holmes, 4 IW^Dartmouth Branford, 


19 


Wrentham, ' $ College. Kew-Bavw, 
K 


9 



I no J 

Milford, i® Elizabethtown, 6 Wilmington, 

Stratford, 4 Woodbridge, jo Chriftianabrid< 

Fairfield, 9 Brunfwick, 10 Head EJk, 

Norwalk, 12 Ten Mile Run, 10 Charleftown, 

Stamford, 9 Princeton, 8 Acrofs Sufqve 

Horfeneck, 6 Trenton, 12 hannah, 

Hye, 6 Briftol, 10 Baltimore, 

Merineck, 4 Penny Peck, 10 Rope Ferry, 

New-Rochel, 4 Frankfort, 5 — Spurrier's, 

Kingfbridge, 9 Philadelphia, 5 — Kofe's, 

•New- York, 15 Alexandria, 

96 

i_45 ^'^Philadelphia 
Frdm New-York to Alexandria. 

to Philadelphia. Derby, 7 

Newark, 10 Cheiler, 8 



h 



■■iJTl» 

Notice to Creditors of the United States! 

TREASURY of tee VN1TED STATES'. 

"KJOTICK is hereby given to all perfons who are of 
\LN may be creditors of the United States, for an p 
fums of the funded debt, or ftock, bearing a pre fen \. 
intereit: of fix per centum per annum— 

1 ft. X} ia t purfuant to an aft of Congref«, pafTed Of ) 
the 28th eay of April, 1796, intttled, an act in additiorf 
to an aft, intltled, " An -aft making further provifiorl 
for the fupport of public credit, and for the redemp. 
tion of the public debt," the faid debt or Stock wiljj: 
fee reimburfed and paid in manner following, to wit.1 
<* Firit, by dividends to be made on the laft days ef 
March, June, and September, for the prefent year, and 
from the year one thou&nd feven hundred and ninety- 
ieven, to the year one thoufand eight hundred.. and> 
eighteen inclufive, at the rate of one and one half per 
centum upon the original capital. Secondly, by divi- 
dends to be made on the lail day of December for the 
prefent year, and from the year one thoufand fevea: 



a^liindred an.i ninety-feven, to the year one thoufand 
™jght hundred and feventeen inclufive, at the rate of 
three and one half per centum upon the original capi- 
il; and by a dividend to be made on the laft day oi" 
ecember, in the year one th6ufand eight hundred and 
ighteen, of fuch fum as will be then adequate, accor- 
ding to the contract, for the final redemption of faid 
ock." 

2d. All diftinction between payments on account of 
ntereft and principal being thus abolifhed by the efta- 
liniment of the permanent rule of reimburfeKient a- 
ove defcribed, it has become necerTary to vary accor- , 
ingly the powers of attorney for receiving dividends ; 
he public creditors will therefore obferve, that the 
following form is eitablifhed for all power* of attorney, 
which may be granted after the due promulgation of 
this notice, viz. 

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that 
I of in do make, confli- 

tute and appoint, of my true and 

lawful attorney, for me, and in my name, to receive 
the dividends which are or fha!l be payable, according 
to law, on the (here defcribing the fiock) Handing in mv/ 
name in the books of (here defer -lb lug the hocks of the 
trcafiry, or the cowmijfioncr cf loans, -where the fiock is 
credited) from (here infert the commencement $ud expi- 
ration of time for -which the pother of niicrnefis to con- 
tinue.) with power alio an attorney or atto$nics under 
him, for that purpofe, to make and fubfritfute, and t& 
do all lawful acts requifite for effecting the premifes, 
hereby ratifying and confirming ali that my faid attor- 
ney, or his fubftitute, fliall lawfully do," by virtue 
hereof. • t/ 

IN WITNESS hereof, I have hereunto fet mv 
Hand and Seal, the Day cf in the Year 

Sealed and delivered in 
Pre fence of 
BE If KNOWN, that en the Day of 



Sfcfore rfie perfonalty came within named, aasr 

acknowledged the above Letter of Attorney to be hit 1^ e 
Aft and D?ed. 

In Teftimony whereof, I have hereunto fet my Hand 
and affixed Seal, the Day and Year iaH 

aforefaid. 

Given under my Hand at Philadelphia, this 
Twentieth Day of July, i79^> purfuant to 
Directions from the Secretary of the Trea- 
sury, . SAMUEL MEREDITH, 

Treafurer of the United States. 



from' 



tft'i 



Tables, &c. &c. 



TABLE 

Of the Intereft on Dollars, Cents & Mi 'lis at 6 per Cent* 



A 


s 1 h H 


;-> 




V. • .• 


** ♦ .* 


** • .• 






^•5 =3 

1 Month 


& ■ ' jE id 


6Mo?2t t 
030 




\ 


^Mont. 
1 5 


1 Tear* 


J o P 


005 


060 


2^0 I 


030 


060 


120 


3 ° 


I 5 


4 5 


090 


18 


4 O 


2 


060 


12 


24 


5 


025 


075 


15 


30 


io 


50 


15 


• 30 


60 » 


20 


O 10 


30 


60 


1 20 


3^ 


15 O 


45 


90 


1 80 


4 V c © 2> , 60 © 


1 20 


2 40 


50 


25 | 7; 


1 50 


3 a 


6) 


O 30 1 90 


1 8i> 


3 60 o> 


7^> 


35 °! « 5 ° 


2 10 


4 20 


So 


' 40 | 1 20 1 2 40 


r 4 80 


90 o 


45 © 1 1 35 ° 1 * 70 


5 40 


V'OO"^ Q 


i ,50 


j 1 $0 


1 | 00 


I 6 a 



[ "3 3 

•rSWe Jhewhig*he value of any Dumber of Cents 
tfomone W one hundred, in Shilling cnc, and Far- 
things. 

d- f> \ cts 

6 3 5 v 

7 2 1 52 3 



i lo 03 



2 b 

4 b 
5b 
60 
7o 
80 
9o 
job 

11 !o 

2*\o 

13 b 

14 b 

15 'O 



26 



1 2 

2 1 

3° 
32 

4 » 
5° 

5 3 

6 2 

7 i 
74 
83 

9 r 

10 

10 3 

i6o u 2 



17 1 

j8 
'9 

2c 

2i 
22 
23 
24 I 

25(1 



1 

1 o 

1 3 

2 2 

3° 

3 3 
4 2 

5 l 
60 



29 1 

3=> " 

3> 

32 

33 

34 

39 

40, 

4i 

42 

43 
44 
45 
46 

47 - a 

49 ». 



8 
9 
9 

t 11 

1 n 

2 o 



tts's. d. /. 
76 4 6 3 



1 
2 

2 2 



533 

54 3 

55 3 
563 

57.3 
58'3 
59 3 
6?j3 
63 




83 



3 

4 o 
43 

5 2 

6 1 

7 o 

7 3 

8 2 

9 o 
9 3 

10 2 

ji 1 

o o 



5 3 

6 2 

7 * 1 85 - 

8 o J 86i5 

8 3 87 

9 * \ 88 
^ 10 o 895 

653 1° MM* 
663 11 2» 9 i 5 

67J4 o 1 : 92 5 



11 3 

1 t 

2 o 

2 3 

3 1 




4 o 

4 3 

5 3 

6 t 

7 o 

7 3 

8 2 

9 o 
9 3 

10 2 

11 1 
o o 



Monev Accounts of the United States are to be ex- 

Hundredths, and Milks or Thousandths. A Dime **»*« 
the tenth part of a Dollar, a C«rf the hundredth p -Tt 
of a Dollur,*aA * Mi lie the thoufandth part of * Dollar* 

An eafy Method of reducing Pounds, Shillings and 
Pence, into Dollars, Cents and Mills. 
IUJLE.^To the. pound? annex the fignrej^bicn *Xr 
v 1 



C "4 J 

yreifes half the number of ihilWs - t « fW 

tfte decimals of the nenre a /ril i . tnefe £nne *' 




■•and the dollars of the fum riven 
EXAMPLES. 
I. 
Rudk £,32 14/. |i 

3) 327,292 



An£ 109,097, ^ 

_ J_09dols : 9cent?, 7 mills. 



TABLE. 

&ehci 'Decimals A 



- 


uttimat 


I 


c42 


2 


083 


3 


125 


4 


167 


5 


2o8 


6 _ 


25o 




292 

375 
4i7 
458 



Nof<? 1. It farthings be contained in the fum given, 
the decimals, which are inferred at the bottom of the 
I able, may be added to tfaofe of the pence, found as 

unove '.Note 2. If there be no millings, or pence, r* 

the fum given, the place of their decimals, muft be 
iuppned with cyphers. 



EXAMPLE III. 
Qneft. £.4 2s. od. 

3; _ 4 ^000"" 

ArS. '3,666% or, 

lS$o&t (58 cts. 6] mills. 



EXAMPLE IV. 
Qpe ft. £17 QJ. 7* 

3) 170,292 
Anf 56,764, or, 
56 dols. 76 cts. 4 mills. 



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8 vv 1 * & ^ 5*. S 

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A TABLE of Simple Interest at 6 per CenI 


For any Sum from 2oj-. to £".1000. 




i Mon. | 


3 Mon. | 


6 Mon. | A Year.p 


£- 


s. d. q. 


•f. d, q. 


Si d q. 


*• d - ?-l 


1 


OlO 


O32 


'7 


I 2 1 u 


2 


021 


70 


1 20 


2 4 S¥ 


3 


032 


O 10 3 


1 92 


3 7 of 


4 


4 3 


121 


242 


4 9 ° | 


5 


060 


160 


300 


6 j 


6 


070 
8 1 


1 9 2 


3 7° 


7 2 1 

8 4. ol| 


■ 7 


2 1 O 


4 20 


8 


092 


2 4 3 


4 9 2 


9 7 °\\ 


9 

£- 


10 3 


2 8 1 


5 4 2 


10 9 


/. s. d. 


/. S. d. 


/. J. d. 


I. s. 1: 


10 


010 


O 3 O 


060 


12 


20 


20 


O 60 


0120 


1 40 


3° 


3 


O9O 


O 18 O 


1 16 a 


40 


040 


O 12 O 


1 40 


2 80 


50 


050 


O 15 O 


1 10 3 00, 


60 


60 


O 18 O 


1 160 


3 12 <> 


t 


070 


1 1 O 


2 2 


4 40 


080 


1 4O 


280 


4160 


9O O 9O 

IOO J O IO O 


1 70 


2 14 


5 8 c 


1 IO O 


300 


6 00 


200 


100 


3OO 


6 00 


12 a 


3 00 


1 10 


4 10 


900 


18 


400 


200 


600 


12 00 


24 00 


500 


2 10 


7 10 


15 00 


30 00 


600 


300 


9 ° ° 


18 


36 


700 
800 


3 10 


10 10 


21 00 


42 00 


1 4 


12 00 


24 


48 


900 


j 4 10 


1 13 10 ° 


27 


54 ° ° 


tooo 


I 5_ 


1*5 ° ° 


30 1 bo 00, 



Ministers, Consul?, &c. 

From the United States at Foreign Places.' 

eaJhl UFUS KING, Minifter at the Britifh Court; 
■?|l\ Joihua Johnfon, Conful at London, 
'jimuel Bayard, Commercial Agent at London* 
'limes Maury, Conful at Liverpool. 
Jlias Vanderhorft, Conful at BriftoJ. 
Mr nomas Auldjo, Vice Conful at Pool. 
Jldward Fox, Conful at Falmouth. 
Jfeorge Knox, Conful at Kingfton upon Hull. 

ames Holmes, Conful at Bclfaft. 

lofeph Willfon, Conful at Dublin. 

|Villiara McCarthy, Conful at the Ifle of France, 
ulvar Skipworth, Conful at Martinique. 

acob Mayer, Conful at Cape Francois. 

ames Simpfon, Conful at Gibraltar. 

-Villiam J. Miller, Conful at Calcutta. 

bharlesC. Pinckney, Minifter to the Republic of Francfiu 

o(eph Pitcarn, Conful at Paris. 

Nathaniel Cutting, Conful at Havre de Grace. 
Wl. de la Motte, Vice Conful at Ditto, 
jofeph Femvick, Conful at Bourdeaux. 

F. Dobree, Vice Conful at Nantz. 
Stephen Cathalan, Vice Conful at Marfeillesu 
Nathaniel Barrett, Conful at Rouen. 
William Vans, jun. Conful at Morlarx. 
Francis Coffin, Conful at Dunkirk. 
David Humphreys, Minifter at the Spaniih Courfc. 
Jofeph M. Yznardi, Conful at Cadiz. 
Robert Montgomery, Conful at Alicant. 
Michael Murphy, Coni'ui at Malaga. 
John Quincy Adams, Minifter Refident in Holland* 
James Greenieaf, Conful at Amfterdam. 
Sylvanus Bourne, Vice Conful Ditto. 
David Matt. Clarkfon, Vice Conful at St. Euitatiui, 
Samuel Cpoper johdnnot, Vice Conful at Deuierara* 
Eheuezer Brufh, Conful at Surinam. 
Edward Churcl*, Cenful at Liiboa. 



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Samuel Harrlfon, Vice Conful at Ditto* 

Don Cairo, Vice Conful at Oporto. J , ]p( 

B. de Ciarncufe Brown, Deputy Conful at Ditto. 

— Bonventuro, Vice Conful at Beilern. 

Charles O' ix eil, Deputy Conful at St. Ubes. I | 

John Marfden Pintard, Conful at Madeira. 

John Culmaiij Conful at Otatava in Teneriife. 

John Clarke, Vice Conful at Teneriffe. 

John Treat, Vice Conful at Fayal. ' 

Joaquin joe de Barros, Vice Conful at Cape de Vercl 

Benjamin Hamnel Phillips, Conful at Curracoa. 

Henry Cooper, Conful at Santa Cruz. 

Oliver Pollock, Commercial Agent at the Havannah. | 

Thomas Crafts, Agent in the Weil Indies. 

Peter Felichy, Conful at Leghorn. 

John S. M. Mathieu, Conful at Naples. 

Hans Kodolph Seabye, Conful at Copenhagen. 

John Parifh, Conful at Hamburg. 

Arnold Delius, Conful at Bremen. 

Fred. J. Wichelhaufen, Conful for the Port of Bremen 

Philip Mark, Conful at. Franconia, in Germany. 

Thomas Barclay,' Conful at Morocco. 

Guifeppo Chiappe, Agent at Mogador. 

John Miller ituifel, Conful at St. Peterfburg. 

Thomas Randall, Vice Conful at Canton in China, 

CONSULS, &c. from the French Republic. 

Citizen P. A. Adet, Miniftcr Plenipotentiary, at Phil- 
adelphia. 
Citizen Brunet, Secretary of Legation, at Philadelphia 
Citizen Letombe, Conful at Philadelphia- 
Citizen Mozard, Conful at Boiton. 
Citizen Dupont, Conful at Charlefton. 
Citizen Rozier, Vice-Conful at New-York. 
Citizen Duhail, Vice-Conful at Norfolk. 
Citizen Areambal, Vice-Conful at Newport. 
Citizen Rev, Vice-Conful at Wilmington, N. Carolina* 
Citizen Pe»evert f Agent of Marine, at New-London. 



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CONSULS, &e. frdb the United Netherlands. 

pancis VanBerckel,Minifter Refident at Philadelphia. 

John Rofs, Conful Gen. from Hamburg at Philadelphia, 
iederick Lecrtouver, Conful at MafTachufetts and 
New-Hampihire. 

erman Le Roy, Conful for New-York and N. Jerfey. 
H. C. Heiiieker, Conful for Pennfylvania and Del- 
aware. 

Adrian Valck, Conful for Maryland and Virginia. 

an Boeen Graves, Conful for North and SouthCarolina 



CONSULS, &c. from Spain. 



3on Carlos Martinez de Trujo, Minifter from Spain. 

[ofephlgnatio de Viar, Conful General at Philadelphia. 

Thomas Stoughton, Conful for New- York. 

Jofeph Wife man, Conful for Rhode Ifland. 

John Stoughton, Conful for MafTachufetts. 

John B. Bernabew, Conful for Maryland. 

Anthony A. Villalobos, Conful for Virginia. 

John Murphy, Conful for North and SouthCarolina. 

CONSULS, &c. from Great Britain. 

Robert Lifton, Envoy extraordinary and Minifler Pie*. 

nipotentiary. 
Edward Thornton, Secretary to the Legation. 
Sir JohnTemple, Conful General for the Eaftern States. 
Thomas M'Donough, Conful for the States of Mafla- 

chufetts, Rhode Ifland, Connecticut, andNew-Hamp* 

mire, Refidence at Eofton. 
Phineas Bond, Conful General for the Middle and 

Southern States, Refidence at Philadelphia. 
Major Breeze,. Vice Conful for Rhode Ifland. 
John Hamilton, Conful for Virginia. 
George Miller, Conful for North Carolina, South Car » 

olina and Georgia, Refidence at Charleiton. 



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CONSULS from Portugal. 
Ignatius Palyart, Conful General to the United States- ^ 
Richard Codraan, Vice-Conful for Maffachufetts. 
James Barry, Vice Conful for Maryland and Virginia (V 
Francis James Ver Knocke, Vice Conful for S. Carolina 
John Abrams, Vice-Conful at New- York. , 

Richard Soderftrom, Conful from Sweden. 

Charles Godfrey Polefke, Conful General from Pruflia.L; 



Governors of the feveral States. 

NEW-Hampftrire, John Taylor Gilman, Governor. 
Maflachufetts, Samuel Adams, Governor. 
Mofe^s Gill, Lieut. Governor. 
Rhode-Ifland, Arthur Fenner, Governor. 
Samuel J. Potter, Lieut. Governor. 
Connecticut, Oliver Wolcott, Governor. 
Jonathan Trumbull, Lieut. Governor. 
New- York, John Jay, Governor. 
Stephen Van Ranfelaer, Lieut. Governor. 
New-Jerfey, Richard Howell, Governor. 
Pennfylvania, Thomas Mifflin, Governor. 

Delaware, JoQiua Clayton, Governor. 

Maryland, John HoMns Stone, Governor. 

Virginia, Patrick Henry, Governor. 

Kentucky, James Gerard, Governor. 

North-Carolina, Samuel Afhe, Governor. 

South-Carolina, Arnoldus Vanderhorft, Governor. 

James Ladfon, Lieutenant Governor. 

Georgia, Jared Irvin, Governor. 

Vermont, Thomas Chittenden, Governor. 

North Weft of the Ohio, Arthur St. Clair, Governor. 

Tennaflfee, John Sevier, Governor. 

[This Territory was heretofore called *• South of the 
Ohio," but is now the State of TennafTee.J 



State GOVERNMENT or thi UNITED STATE3. 



PEO'RG'E WASHINGTON, 

President of the United States, 
tmrmnier in Chief of all the Military and Naval Force J* 

Salary, 25,000 Dollars per Annum : 

hich is neither to be increafed nor diminished during 
the period for which he (hall have been elected. 

BARTHOLOMEW DANDRIDGE, 
Secretary to the Prefident. 

John Adams, Vice-Prefident. . 

Salary, 5,000 Dollars per Annum. 

DElARTMENf of StAT£, &C 

Imothy Pickering, Maffachufetts, Secretary of" State, 
liver Wolcott, Connc&icut, Seer'y of the Treafury. 
ohn Steele, N. Carolina, Comptroller of the Treafury. 
licliard Harriibn, Virginia, Auditor of the Treafury. 
Jofeph Nourfe, New- York, Regifter of the Treafury. 
Tench Coxe, Pennfylvania, Commiflioner of Revenue. 
Samuel Meredith, Pennfylvania, Treafurer. 
James M'Henry, Maryland, Secretary at War. 
Tench Francis, Purveyor of public Supplies. 
(Anthony Wayne, Major-General and Commander of 
J the Troops. 

ji James Wilkinfon, Brigadier-General. 
|| Caleb Swan, Mallachuietts, Pay-Mafter to the Array. 
(Samuel Hodgdon, Superintendent of public Stores. 
Simeon Dewitt, Surveyor General. 

S EN A "*T O R S. 



John Adams, President of tUe SeraM 



[ 1 

The PrefuhnfU to have no 
AW-- Hampjhjre. 
John Langdon, 
Samuel Livermore. 

Majfachufettu 
George Cabot, 
Benjamin Goodhue. 
Khide-Ifland, fyc. 
William Bradford, 
Theodore F after. 

Connecticut. 
James Hillhoufe, 
Uriah Tracy. 

New-York* 
Aaron Burr, 
John Lawrence, 
New-Jerfey. 
yred. FrelinghuYfea, 
John Rutherford, res'd. 

Pennfylifania. 
William Bingham, 
J ames Rofs. 

Delaware, 
John Vining, 
Henry JLatimer, 



M 3 

vote, unlefs equally dirk j? 

IMdfyland. 
John Henry, 
David M. MecJfen. 
Virginia. 
(Stephens T. Mafon, 
Henry Tazewell. 
North-Caroltna. 
Timothy Bloodwortlf 
Alexander Martin, 

South- Carolina* 
Pierce Butler, 
Jacob Reed. 
Georgia, 
James Gunn, 
Jofiah Tetnell. 

Vermont. 
Elijah Paine, 
Ifaac Tichenor. 

Kentucky. 
John Brown, 
Humphrey Marshall 
Tennaffce* 



Bifliop White, Chaplain. 
Samuel A. Otis, Secretary to the Senate. 

FxaiiAL REPRESENTATIVES 



JONATHAN DATTON, Speaker 

UsTew- Hampjhire* 
Abiel Fofter, 
ii icholas Oilman, 
John S. Sherburne, 
Jeremiah Smith. 

Maine. 
I^enry Dearborn, 



George Thatcher, 
Peleg Wadfworth. 

Majfucbufetts, 
Fiftier Ames, 
Theophilus Bradbury,i 
Nathaniel Freeman, jrjj 
Dwight Foiter, 



C **3 

imtiel Sewefl, 
eorge Leonard, 
/illiam Lyman* 
amuel Lyman, 
ohn Reed, 
Theodore Sedgwick, 
ofeph BradlevVaraum, 

RheAe-Iflmd. 

£lifhaR. Potter, 

Francis Malbon*. 

Cennefiicut* 
[jofhua Coit, 
IChauncy Goodrich, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
James Davenport, 
Samuel W, Dana. 

Vermont* 
Daniel Buck, 
Ifrael Smith. 

New-York* 
John Van Allen, 
Theodorus Bailey, 
William Cooper, 
Philip Van Cortlandt, 
Ezekiel Gilbert, 
Henry Glen, 
John Hathorn, 
Jonathan N. Havens, 
Edward Livingtton, 
John Williams. 
New- J erf ey. 
Jonathan Dayton, 
Thomas Henderfon, 
Aaron Kitchel, 
Ifaac Smith, 
Mark Thompfon. 

Pennfyhania. 
David Beard, 



3 

William Flndlef # 
Albert Gallatin, 
Andrew Gregg, 
Thomas Hartley, 
George Ege, 
John %V. Kittera, 
Samuel M 4 Clay, 
Fred. A. Muhlenberg^ 
J ohn Richards, 
Samuel Sitgreaves # 
John Swanwick, 
Richard Thomas. 

Delaware* 
John Pat ton. 

hfnryland. 
William Matthews, 
George Dent, 
William Craick, 
Gabriel Cliriftie, 
William Kindman, 
William Vans Murray, 
Samuel Smith, 
Richard Sprigg. 

Virginia. 
Richard Brent, 
Samuel J. Cabell,* 
Thomas Claiborne f 
John Clopton, 
Ifaac Coles, 
William B. Giles, 
John Heath, 
George Hancock, 
Carter B. Harrifon, 
George Jackfen, . 
James Madifon, jiv 
Andrew Moore, 
Anthony New, 
John Nicholas, 
John Page, 
Joiiah Parked 






Francis Prefton, 
Hobert Rutherford, 
Abraham B. Venable. 

North-Cart li n*. 
Thomas Blount, 
Nathan Bryan, 
DempfeyBurgefSj 
JefTe Franklin, 
fames Gillefpie, 
William B. Grove^ 
James Holland, 
Matthew Locke, 
Nathaniel Macon, 
■ ■ Stradwick. 



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South-Carolim,; 
Lemuel Benton, 
Samuel Earle, 
Wade Hampton, 
Pvobert G. Harper* 
William Smith, 
Richard Winn. 

Georgia. 
Abraham Baldwin^ 
John Milled ge. 

Kentucky. 
Chriftopher Greenup ; 
Alexander D. Orr. 

TcnnaJJec* 
A. Jackfoa. 



John Beckley, Clerk, of the Houfe of Reprefentatlr^ 
JL«m*el Green, D.D. Chaplain. 



Judiciary of the United States, 

SUPREME COURT. 

Oliver Ellrworth, of Connecticut, Chief Justice* 

"William Cuming, of Pdaflachufetts, y 

James Wilfon, of Pennfylvanta, 

jf ames Iredell, of North Carolina, > AfTociatejufticf>9 

William Paterfon, of New- Jerfey, ' 

Samuel Chafe, of Maryland, J 

Charles Lee, of Virginia, Attorney-General. 
Samuel Bayard, of tfennfylv ania, Clerk. 

u4 I 

The Rteords afjhe. Court ef Errors and Appeals in caftf 
t/t.tpt&rs, are higed in toe Clerk's office of this Court. 



t "5 1 
JVDGES, be. of the DISTRICT COTJRTS, 

' David Sewall, Judg?, iocoDollar> 
William Lithgow, Attorney. 
John Hobjy, Marfhal. 



DiftriA of 
Mains. 



Diftrift of 
»J. Hampshire. 

I Diftria of 
Vermont. 



Diftrift of 
Maffachufetts 



BiftriA of 
Hhode-Ifland. 



DiftriA of 
Connecticut. 



Diftrift of 
New York. 



Biftritt of 
New-Jerfey. 



David Hove, *) 

Ralph Hart Bowles, > 
Seth Tinkham, J) 



Deputy 
Marfhals. 



[Henry Sewall, Clerk. 

r John Pickering, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 

j Edward St. Loe Livermore, Attorney. 

^Nathaniel Rogers, Marshal. 

C Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 

'"Samuel Hitchcock, Judge, 1000 Dolls. 

j Amos Marin, Attorney. 

\ Jabez I. Fitch, Marfnal, 

^Cephas Smith, Clerk. 

r John Lowell, Judge, 1200 Dollars 

j Attorney. 

^Samuel Bradford, Marfh-al. 

CNathan Goodale, Clerk. 

r Henry Merchant, Judge, jooo Dolls. 

\ Ray Greene, Attorney. 

"S William Peck, Marlhal. 

(.Edmund T. Elleiy, Clerk. 

f" Richard .Law, Judge, rooo Dollars. 

j Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. 

} Philip 2. Bradley, Marfhal. 

£ Simeon Baldwin, Clerk. 

(-Robert Troup, Judge, 1500 Dollars* 

S Richard Harrifon, Attorney. 

S Aquila Giles, Marfhal. 

£ Daniel Dunfcomb, Clerk. 

/-Robert Morris, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 

S Abraham Ogden, Attorney, 

} Thomas Lowry, MarfhaL 

£ Robert Boggs, Clerk, 



L ft 



fllftriA of 
IHmnfylvania 



DiiVia of 

Delaware. 



DiftriA of 
Mary 1 mid, 

Diftria of 
Virginia. 

DiftriS: of 

Kentucky. 

DIiTrricVof 
Ka. Carolina. 



Diftrift of 

Sou. Carolina. 



pSttrSft of 

Georgia. 



t 1*6 J 

r Richard Peters, Judge, 1 6 jo Dollar* 

) William Raw Is, Attorney. 

^ vViliiam Nichols, Marflial. 

C Samuel Caldwell, Clerk.' 

^"Gunning Bedford, 1000 Dollars, 

N George Read, jnn. Attorney. 

VPUomas McLean, Marfhal. 

C Matthew Pearce, Clerk: 

£" William Paca t Judge, iSoo Dollars. 

)Zebulon Hollingfworth, Attorney. 

p Nathaniel ilamfay, Marflial. ■ 

Cvfejip Moore, Clerk. 

r" Cyrus Grimh, Judge, 1S00 Dollars,. 

\ Alexander Campbell, Attorney. 

j David Meade Randolph, Marflial. 

C William Marflial, Clerk. 

r Harry limes, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 

ji George Nicholas, Attorney. 

S Samuel McDowell, Marflial. 

C James G. Hunter, Clerk. 

rjohn Sitgreaves, Judge, 1500 Dolla*^ 

S William Hill, Attorney. 

) John Skinner, Marflial. 

C_Abner Neale, Clerk. 

^•Thomas Bee, Judge, 1800 Dollars. 

} Thomas Parker, Attorney. 

J Daniel Lionel, Marfhal. 

(_Thomas Hall, Clerk. 

r Nath. Pendleton, Judge, 1500 Dollars* 

S Matthew M'AlJUter, Attorney. 

S 'ofiah Tatmulj Marflial. 

^Ve nable s Bond, Clerk. 



Supervifors of the Revenue. 



>. 



Rhode Ijlini, 



Jofhua Wentworth. 
Jonathan Jackfon. 
John S. Dexter. 
John Chefter. 



Vermont, 
Ncyj-Ysrk, 
New Jerfey, 

Pennfylvania y 

Delaware, 

WLirylana 1 , 

Virginia, 

North-Carolina, 

South Carolina^ ' 

Georgia, 

Kentucky, 



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Nathaniel BruJh. 
Nicholas Fi*h, 
Aaron Dunham. 
Henry Miller. 
Andrew Barrett. 
John Kilty. 
Edward Carrington, 
William Polk. 
Daniel Stevens. 
John Mathews, 
Thomas Maiihall. 



Officers of the Revenue Departments 

For the Diftrict of 1 MafTachufetts. 
lenjamin Lincoln, Collector, £)r the Ports of Boftori 
and, piar left own. 

'Benjamin Weld, deputy collector. 
James Lovell, naval officer. 
Thomas Melvill, furveyor and infpector of excife, 
Siiitm, Jcfeph HUler, collector. 

William Pickman, naval officer. 
Bartholomew Putnam, furveyor. 
Beverly, Jofiah Bacheldor, furveyor. 
Marblchcady Samuel Ruflel Gerry, collector. 
Neivbttnport, Dudley Atkins Tyng, collector. 
. Jonathan Titcomb, naval officer. 
Michael Hodge, furveyor. 
Glocejter, William Tuck, collector. - 

Samuel Whittemore, furveyor. 
Wbfwieh, Jeremiah Staniford, collector. 

Plymouth, Wiiliam Watfon, collector. 
Barnftabje, jofeph Otis, collector. 
Nantucket, Stephen HuITey, collector. 
EJgartown, John Peafe, collector. 
New~&edj or J, YZdwavd Pope, collector. 
Dighton, Hodijah Baylies^ collector. 

Helwhothy Lemuel Waytt, collector. 
Tork 7 Jcfeph Tucker, collector. 



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% ] idt fori and? . . , _.„ „ A 

Pepperelboro', \ I«"miah Hill, collector. 
Portland, Nathaniel Fadre Fofdick, collect^. 

James Lunt, furvevor. 
J3/tf£, William Webb, colb&or. 

Wifcaffct, Francis Cook, collector. 
WaldoboroughyTN'uZcYinzn Thomas, collector. 
Penokfcdt, John Lee, collector. 
Frenchman* 'j -B ay , Melatiah Jordan, collector. 
Macb/ajy Stephen Smith, collector. 
Pajfamaquotyy Lewis F. Deiefdernier, collector. 

Diftrict of New-Hampftiire. 
Pertftjwttthy Jofeph Whipple, collector. 

Eleazer RufTell, naval officer. 
Thomas Martin, furveyor. 

Diftrict of Vermont. 
Burlington, Stephen Keyes, collector. 

Diftrict of Rhode-Ifland and Providence* 
Nrufort t William tilery, collector. 

Robert Cooke, naval officer. 

Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 
Providence, Jeremiah Olney, collector. 

William Barton furveyor. 

Ebenezer Thompfon, naval officer. 
Patuxety Zachariah Rhodes, furveyor, 

No. K'wgfton, D. Eldredge Updike, furveyor. 
Ead-Green-vichy Themas Arnold, furveyor. 

Barren Ton \ Nathaniel P hilli P s > furveyor. 
Briftoly Samuel Bofworth, furveyor. 

Pauc.Uuck, George Stillman^ furyeyor. 

Diftrict of Connecticut. 
Nc-w-hondouy Jedidiah Huntington, collector. 
Nathaniel Richards, furveyor. 
Jonathan Trott, Daniel Richards, Ebenezer God- 
dard, Peter B, Karris, and Henry Jepfon, infpector* 



C «2g 3 

EbenezerBouglafs, and Archibald llobertfen, weigh- 
ers, meafurcrs and gangers. 
Stonington, Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. 
MzdJtetonw, George Phillips, colle<5tor. 
Comfort Sage, furveyor, 

Robert Warner, Ifaac Williams, andTimotiy Sftarfy 
infpeftors. 
New- Haven f David Auftin, collector. 

William Munion, furveyor. 
Fa/rjic'H, Samuel Smedley, coilefter. 

Say brook) John Dickinfon, furveyor. 

The following commiilioas are allowed to the Col* 
lectors of the duties of irapoft and tonnage, on all mo- 
nies by them reflectively received, ariiing on tonnagj,, 
and on ail goods, wares and merchandize imported, the . 
fums following, viz. 

To the Collector of the Diftrift of Bofton and Charlef- . 
town, five eights of one per cent. 

To the Collector of tho Diitrift of Salem, feven 
eighths of one per cent. 

To the -Collector of the Diftrift of Newburyport y 
one and a quarter per cent. - 

To the Collector of the Diftrifts of Portfmouth, 
Portland, Newport, Providence and New Haven, one 
&nd an half per cent. 

And to the Collectors of the Qiftricts of Vermont, 
Gloucefter, Marblehead, Plymouth, -Barnftable, Nan. 
tucket, Kdgartown, New-Bedford, Bath, Wifcuffet, 
Penobfcot, Frenchman's bay, Machias, PaiTamaquo- 
dy, <New-London, Middletown and Fairfield, two per 
cent. 

Befides the above Commiflions, there is to be yearly- 
allowed to the following Officers the fums follow ing, 
viz. 

To the Collectors of the Diftrifts of York and PafTa- 
maquody, the fum of 150 dollars each. 

To the Collectors of the Difh icjs of Portfmouth, 
Vermont, Gloucefter, Plymouth, Barnftable, Nantuck- 
et, Ed^artown, New^Bedfard, Biddcford, Penpbfcet. 



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Frenchman's bay, Machias and Newport, the fum of 
toe dollars each. 

To the Collectors of the Di&ri&s of Marblefeead, 
Bath, WifcaiTet, and New Haven, the fum of 130 dol- 
lars each. 

Iafpeftors are te be allowed for every day they (hall be 
employed in aid of "tht Cuftonn, a fumn^t exceeding 
one dollar and 66 cents. 

■Weighers are to be paid one cent and an half for the 
weighing of every ii2lbs. 

Commiffioners of Loans. 

States. 

New- Eatnpjhjrt) 

MaJaebxfettS) 

Rhodc-IJland, 

Connecticut^ 

New-York, 

Nt'iv-Jerjey 9 

Pennfylvanta^ 

Delavjare, 

Maryland^ 

Virginia, 

North-Carolina, 

South-Car oli na t 

Georgia^ 

Mint Eftablifliment. 

Elias Boudinot, Director, Salary, 2 joQ dollfc 
Henry Voight, Chief Coiner, 15^0 

Jlobert Scott, Engraver, 1 200 

Albion Cox, Affayer, i5>c 

_ — , Melt Officer, 15:0 

Dr. Nicholas Way, Treafurer, i2?o 

Tac principal Clerk to be allowed 7^0 dollars per anu« 

Three otj.-rs at 5^ dollars each. 

£/r*r.— Ja»cs Wcort, is Governor of Virginia. 



Officers. 


Sahrirt. 


William Gardiner, 


65 j Dol£j< 


Nathaniel Appkton, 


1 500 


Jabez Bowen, 


600 


William Imlay, 


IOOO 


John Cochran, 


150,3 


James EAving, 


700 


Stephen Moylan, 


1500 


James Tilton, 


600 


Benjamin Harwood, 


joeo 


John Hopkins, 


J 5ojf . 


William Skinner, 


looo 


John Neufville, 


IOOO 


Richard, Wylly, 


?QO 



[ >3« "] 

CommifTioners on the part of the United State*. 

On the Subjefi of Jlritifo Debts. 

Thomas Fitzfimons, Pennfylvania. 

James Innes, Virginia. 

On firitiflj Spoliations. 

Chriftopfeer Gore, MafTachufetts. William Pinekney, 

Maryland. John Trumbull, Connecticut. 

To fettle the true St. Croix. 

Henry Knox, Mallachnfetts. Egbert Benfon, N. York. 

For nfeertai tiing the Boundary Line, pnrfuant to the third 

Article of the Spnnijh Treaty, 

Andrew Ellicott. 

Spanifk Spoliations. 

Matthew Clarkfon, Pennfylvania. 

RULES, 

1. To reduce New-England, Sec to New- York cmd 
No. Carolina currency, to any given Aim, add its third 
part ; and vice verfa, fubtract a fourth part. 

2. To reduce New-England, &c. to New-Jerfey, 
Sec. currency, add to any given fum its fourth part ; 
and vice verfa, fubtracl: a fifth part. 

3. To reduce New-England, &c. to South- Carolina 
and Georgia currency, as 9 to 7 j and vice vcrfa, as 7 
to 9, fo is the one currency to tie other. 

4- To reduce New- York and North-Carolina, to N. 
Jerfey, &:c. currency, as 16 to 15 J and vice verfa, as 
15 to 16, fo is the one to the other. 

5. To reduce New York and North-Carolina, to So. 
Carolina and Georgia currency, as 1 2 to 7 ; and vice 
verfa, as 7 to 12, fo is the one te the other. 

6. To reduce New-Jerfey, &c. to South-Carolina 
and Georgia currency, as 45 to 28 ; and vice verfa, as 
28 to 45, fo is the one to the other. 

FREEMEN'S MEETINGS in Connecticut, are by 
Law held annually the third Monday in September, 
and on the Monday ne*t following the firft Tuefday in 
April* 



TABLE ofCONTENTS. 
Ttornies, Hartford (Ele&ors, P. U V. P. 41 
25 



27 
29 

3' 

3^ 
35 
37 
38 
4' 

90 
101 
ic8 



JTX County, 

— New -Haven, 

— New London, 

— Fairfield, 

— Windham, 

— Litchfield, 

— Middlefex, 
•—Tolland, 

Do. Circuit Court, 
Banks, Canne&icut, 

— United States, 
Biiliops, 
Calendar, Englifh, 

Do. French, 
Courts, N- England, 

— Federal, 
Clergy, 

Colleges, 50 

Commiflioners Loans, 130 
Collectors, Connecticut, 43 
Commiffibneh, Britifh 

Treaty, 131 

— Spanifli Treaty, ib. 
Cities, Ne*w~ Haven, 

*■— New-London, 

— Hartford, 
* «— - Middletown, 

— > Norwich, 
Conned:. Government, 

Judicial and Civil, 
County of Hartford, 

— New -Haven, 

— New-London, 

— Fairfiela, 
«~- Windham, 

— Litchfield, 

— Middlefex, 
— . Tolland, 

Duties^ Import, 
Duties on Tonnage, 



Fees, Cuftom-Houfe, 72 f 
•— Infpec'tors, Meafu- 
rers &• Guagers, 74 
Freemen's Meeting, 131 j 
Governors U. States, 120 
Minifters & Confuls, 117 V 
Mint, U. States, l^% 

Militia, Conn. 75 .-.',>" 

Notaries, Conn. 42 

Naval Officers, &c. 127 ; 
Nomination for Affifr/i . 40 . 
— Rep. to Congrefs, ib. ' 
4!Po{t-Office, "i°7'x 

1 6- Pottage Rates, ig8 

I o2[Probate Courts, 38 

iojJRep. Conn. Legiflature, 

May, 1796, 18 1 

October, iffy 2D 1 

Roads, 109 

Rule, to reduce Pounds, 

&c intoD»lls. &c. 113 
Rules, various, 131 

Super vif«rs Revenue, ! 26 
Societies, Cincinnati, 58 

— Mafons, 61 

— Medical, 59 
Table Intereft on £s. I j 6 

i-a. Dolls. & Cents, 112 

— Skewing value of 
Cts. inShil. See. 1 13 

— Weight &■ value 



of Coins, 1 I 5 

Tides, ' 74 

Town Clerks, 43 

Treafurers, Conn. * ib. 
Treafury Notice, no 

U. States judiciary, J 21 
U. States Government, 1 21 

•— -" Senate, ib. 

*— Repreientativcs,iia 



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FOR THE STATE OF 

Connecticut ? 

For the Year of our LORD, 

t i 7 9 8 ; 

\ BEING THE TWENTY-SECOND OF g 

| THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE | 

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Eclipses in the Year 1798* 



THERE will be four Eclipfes this year, in the 
following order, viz. 
The firft will be of the Sun, May 15th, at 3 
o'clock in the afternoon, bat, by reafon of the 
moon's fouth laticude, the Penumbra will not reach 
fo far northward as New-England, consequently, 
this Eclipfc will be invifible tons. J's long 

% *? t y. lit 44' s.. 1216982 

The fecond will be of the moon, May 29th, at 
1. o'clock 28 m. afternoon ; invifible. 

The third will be of the Sun, November 7th> 
at 8 o'clock, 53 mku afternoon, invifible. J)' 
lat. 49' N.D. 

The fourth will be of the moon, November 23d 
in the morning, partly vilible to us. The moon 
will fet while the Eclipfe is- coming on. 

The Eclipfe will begin at 6 o'clock it minutes* 
[in the morning, and the moon will fet 7 o'cloc 
aoin, about 7 digits eclipfed, the duration of vifibi- 
lity will be ih. 9m. 



Chronological Cycles, or Vulgar 
Notes for 1798* 

Dominical Letter,G. ~)C Roman indiclion, 
Golden Number, 13 Cj Numb, of Direction, 15 
Epact, 12 Qj Dyony fian Period, 127 

Cycle of the Sun, 1 5/)^ Julian Period, 6511! 



. j 



i 




"JANUARY hath 3 


i. days. 1 798*7" 


Full moon 2 day, noon. i New moon l6day, $ after. 


Lad quart. 9 day, 4 morn. | Firft q 


iart. 24 day, n after! 




Full moon 31 day, 1 1 


ifternoon. 




M|W 


Kalendar, &c. |?;3 


r.|©fet 


F.fea. 


R ]) i 


i 


2 » Cue amc i. Cold nvca- 


7 


28 


4 3 2 


8 14I 6 2<; 


a 


3 I0l.cl.5m. £©]) (her. 


7 


2/ 


4 33 


9i30nfe 


3 


4 1 > Iat.336N. Full tides. 


7 


2 7 


4 33 


1013 


5 4< : 


4 


5 ! > Perig. Ba%y y chili) 


7 


26 


4 34 


11 9 


6 ri 


5 


6JDay ld.5h.40 m. fnoix 


7 


26 


434 


l * 5 


8 il 


6 


7;Epip. ft 13 n «Jo.'^ 


7 2 5j 


4 35 


12 55 


9 3< 


i 


G' 


ift Sun. p. Epi. rtij 


7 


2 5 


4 35 


1 44 10 ffl 


2 


7*s fo. 8h. 9 m. fe. 


7 


24 


4 36 


23011 5l 


9 


3 


D © > Chilly morning. 


7 


2 4 


4 36 
4 36 


3 16 morn 


10 


•1 ! 


May all our wards smd»7 


2 3 


4 4J 1 


1 1 


•5 


aftions he fuch as will 7 


22 


438 


4 49 2 1- 


1 2 


6 


bear reflection. 


7 


21 


4 39 


5 3 6 . 3 *l 


13 


7 


S/icivy and cold. 


7 


21 


4 39 


6 24' 4 2! 


M 


G 


2d paft Epiph. 


7 


20 


440 


V 3 1 3 

0262^ 


»5 


1 


Days length 9)1. 22m, 


7 


»2 


441 


16 


8 


dOD Duli y Umryft 


18 


442 


8 50 > fcts 


*2 


1 


) lat. 4 5S. Jhoivy vca- 


7 


iB 


442 


9 35 5 i' 


18 


5 


> Apng. thcr. 


7 


/ 


4 43 


10 19 6 i. 


«o 


6 


Q in ££ 1 afternoon. 


7 


16 444 


11 3 7 1! 


2C 


7 


1 wil ends 6h. 26m. 


7 


1 5 l i 4 45 


11 45 8 '< 


_> ] 


& 


3d pad Epi ph. 


7 


14J446 


12 26 9 li 


22 


.». 


7*8 fo. 7h. 10m, 


7 


1 <3|4 47 


, i 6lO li 


h 


) 


Liwj and rainy 


7 


1 2 


4 4« 


1 4611 l| 


u« 


• 


n©> 


7 


1 1 


449 


2 30 mom 


h 


') 


Conv. St. Paul. 


7 


10 


450 


S M ° 2. 


*< 


) 


then fet ene 


7 


9 
8 


45i 


4 -, 1 3< 


h 


7 


D ft "I* 


7 


45* 


449 2 3- 


t« 


U 


41b paft Epiph. 


7 


I 


453 


5 47 3 *J 

6 4° 4 5< 


tj 


2 


WJJther. 


7 


4 54 


to 


3 


flow cl. 1 4 m. 


7 





4 55 


Z^ 8 , 5 d 

49 D riii 


8 1 


4 


£Q) Full tides 


f7 


3 


A 51 



Laft quarter 7 day, I alter. 
New moon 1 5 day, 3 after 



M(W| Kalendar, &c. I0M*^:1^^ 



F E B R U A 



R Y hath" 28 days. 179 ^ 

Firilquar. 23 day, 2 a! 



iter.l 



1* 
2.0 

37 

2 

3 



5 
6 

7 
8 

TO 
II 
12 

*4 

*5 



1V 
£03 



21 

22 
24 

P5 

27 3 



o 
6 59 
6 57 
656 

* 55 
6 54 

6 53 
P 51 
6 5 o 

6 4 81 : c 
646 



5« 

58 

o 

01 

op, 

4 

5 

6 



° 45 
6 44 

fr 4 

6 41 
6" 40 
6 3B 5 
6 37?5 
63% 
~ 34l5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



43 

37 

2 1 



6 33 
6 3 2 
6 30 
6 29 
6.28, 



7 

10 

1 1 

12 

M 

15 
16 
18 

l l 

iC 
22 

2 3 
24 

26 

57 

28 

30 
3^ 



5o 
44] 
*& 

17 
6 



1 
a 

3 
4 

5 

5 54 

6 43! 

7 2 9 

8 14 



40 



5 

h 
8 16 



10 ^( 

IT 5 'J 

mo< n 
l ' 



DPerig. >lat. 4 44 N., 
Candlemas, ft 12 n 
Day b'k 511.20m. iSVwd 
Septuagefima. Sunday. 
ft itaj ant weather, 
Alliance with France 

n|) (i77 8 - 

thenjhowy, 
Days leng. ioh. 14m. 
and cold weather, 
G. Washington born 
More pleaf ant (1732. 

then rain* 
Valentine. Lowry, 

> Apogee. d > 
J)lat. 5 1 S. Snow, 
Twil. ends ^h. 57m. 
Quinquagefi. 0in X 
(9 morn. 
Shro. Tuefday. 
Afh Wednesday* . 
Much Jailing weather 
n 1 ■ about this time, 
St. Matthias. 
Quadragefima.< 

P leaf ant zo tat her 
Days leng. 11 h. 2m. 
gj flow clock 13m. 

e planet Venus will be evening ftar unti 
middle of March, from thence morning ffcar to th<| 
.year's eiad. f 

P £-£- ' ; J 



8 gyjDfeu 

5 57 

6 59 
8 



9 4°l 
10 21 

t'i" 2 



5 3 2 



43 

2 3 
9 
55 
44 
33 
3 2 
3 1 
28 

25 



9 

10 

11 13 

morn. 

22 

1 29 

2 36 

3 4° 

4 44 

5 as, 
th< 



Full moon 3d day, 8 morn. I New mo.m 1 7 day, io morn 
Laft quart. 9 day, 5 morn. | Firft quart. 25 day, 3 morn 
Full moon 31 day, 6 afternoon 



MfW" Kalendar, &c. |<3ri.| 0f. F.fca| r.f Q 
— _^- 



15 



IO7 

: 2 

l 4 



7 

2 
3 



3|° 

Ml 



G 



306 



> Perig. Plea/ant wea-\b 
<?0 > Pretty full tidcs.'6 
Dlat. 4 40 N. thtrj-oi 6 
2d in Lent. March. 6 
7*s let midnight. 6 

&8n. Lowry & rain. 6 
Day break 4)1, 40m. 6 
Now bright fol with geni- 6 
al ray, approaches with 6 
a length'ning daj. £ 

3d in Lent. PUafant, 6 

M<;a y^mc fnoti- 6 

Days leng. nh. 4001.6 

about this time. 6 

]) Apogee. 6 

Lwil. ends 7h. 33m. 6 

St, Patrick. 6G$ 6 

4thinLent. J) lat.a 11S. 6 

Spring like 6 

|0inT9morn. Days 6 

and nights equal thro' 5 

all the world, weather. 5 

$> ) Somejhozvers. 5 

/Aff/i coo/. 5 

5th in Lent. D0J .5 

Plea/ant 5 

weather. 5 

Days length i2h. 22m. 5 

DPerige. 7*5 let io'i,5 

High tides. (3°m-5 

e?3)> Oil, clock 4 m.5 



22 
21 

*9 

18 



5 34i 
5 35 

5 37 
5 38 
5 39 
5 4i 
5 42 

165 44 
54 

145 46 
5 48 
5 49 
5 5o 



8,5 52 

7j5 53; 
5,5 55i 
4J5 5« 
35 57 



1 6 morn 



5 59 JO 

6 001 1 

586 



576 
566 
54 ! 6 6 
5*6 7 
5ij6 9 
506 10' 
496 iij 

47613 
466 14 

45 6 i,5 ! 



2 11 
3 l 2 

4- 



2C 

J rife; 

8 27 

9 35 

io 41 

n £5 



1C 

7 
3 

5C 
3& 
IC 



>fe t. 
7 6 



morn, 
o 21 



8 54 > rile, 



APRIL hath 30 days. 



nW 



Laft quart. 7 day, 11 night. 
New moon, 1 6 day, 2 morn. 



Firft quart. 23 day, 9 morn 
Full moon, 30 day, 4 morn 



M|W| Kalendar, &c, |0ri.t&fet.|F.fca.|r.#s. 



Palm Sunday. »5 43 

c|2 Jlat. 3 28 N. Pleafani 5 426 

3 then thunder and 5 41 6 

4 ISI 5 II rut*. 
Day break 3b. 54m. 
Good Friday. 7*$ fet^ 36 



81G 

9 

10 

11 



125 

l 3i 6 

l 4 7 



* 

8j4 

9'5 
20:6 

21 7 

22 G 
2 3-2 

a 4'3 

^5 

s6 

2 



5 396 21 
5 38 ' 



5 35 
5 34 
5 32 
5 3 



6 22 
6 24 
6 25 
6 26 
6 
6 29 



5 3°6 30 

5 2S 6 32 [ 



n0) (10 o'clock 

Eafter Sunday. 

Mod people have their 

mare of pride, and the 

difference lies in the 

J> Apo. manner of fhew- 
& cl. even, ingit 
Dull % lowry rain 
1ft Sund. paft Eafter. 
rf©> Hail. 

j)lat. 1 46 S. Showry. 
Day's len. 13V1. 18m 
3Lin « 4 alter. Jft'5 19I6 4tju 
Plea/ant, hazy zuea-tj 186 421 2 



b *7 6 33i 7 
5 26634 7 
5 24636 8 



4 
5 2 3 

5 22 
5 2i 



7*s fet 9 o'clock, ther. 
2d after Eafter. 
n0) Showers. 
St. Mark, Evan. 

Cool zue&ther, 

5 J Perigee. 

6 Twil, ends 8h. 44m. 
•7 . Look out jar 

1^9 G 3d after Eafter. rain 
\l°2 'c?3 J Full tides. 



^I 9 
1810 



21 

3* 



23 9 41 



3^ 
6 3 7 | 9 

38 10 
63*10 



16 
10 

58 

36 

25 
10 

54 
35 
16 

58 

40 
24 

TO 

5 

47 i 



o 5« 
o rn 

10 

1 o 

1 52 

2 34 

3 h 

3 46 

4 16 

4 39 

5 *6 
> fets. 

8 18 

9 *5 

10 33 



43 

45! 
^46| 

i2p'48l 

6 5i 
^52 

]53 



39^-4* 
35 



54 f 9 



3* 
25 
20 
12 

4 
54 
43 
33 
22 



morn. 

o 4» 

* 39 

2 23 

3 7 

8 47 

4 2 

4 4 

5 * 

jrifei 



Laft quart. 7 day, 5 uft«r. | Firft quart. 22 day, 4 after* 


Mew moon i5day, 3 after, j Full moon 29 da; 


/, 1 aftern 


M 


W| Kalendar, &c. |©r. 


©iet.jF. 


fea. | r. > : 


l 


3 


) lat. 28 N. Hazy 5 5 


6 55 


10 


*8 


84! 





4 


Gen. El. Newport. 


5 3 


6 57 


11 


5 


9 5 


3 


-5 


7*s fet 8 uo m. 


5 2 


658 


11 


55 


10 5 


4 


6 


il 4 H dull 


5 * 


6 59 


12 


45 


11 5 


5, 


7 


weather. 1 ^ c 


7 


1 


37 


morr 


6 


G 


4d paft Eafter. 


4 59 


7 * 


2 


2 9 


O 3 


I 


2 


n©> /?<«», 


4:» 


7 2 


3 


14 


1 £ 


3 


Day's len. 14T1. 6m. 


4 5? 


7 3 


3 59 


1 5 


9 


4 


> Apog. then plea/ant. 


4-56 


7 4 


4 


4 1 


2 2 


1 


5 


Gen Eleft. Hartford. 


4 55 


7 5 


5 


2 3 


* 5 


1 1 


6 


See how the fragrant 


4 54 


7 ^ 


6 


4 


3 ? 


1 2 


7 


(weets adorn ; the glow- 


4 53 


?* 


IS 


45 


3 4 1 


J 3 


G 


It dga. ing blufties of the 


4 5 2 


I 


28 


4 


M 


2 


0faftcl.4m. morn. 


4-5i 


7 9 


12 


4 2 


x 5 


3 


6Q]> Fine p leaf ant 


4 5° 


7 »° 


9 





>feti 


16 4 


JI.011N. }.& wea- 


4 49 


7 ij 


9 


49 


8 2 


'? 


5 


Afcenfton. ther. 


4 4^ 


712 


10 


43 


9 3 


18 


6 


Twil. ends qVi. 30m. 


4 47 


7 *'J| 


1 1 


38 


10 4 


l 9 


7 


Very dark day, 1780. 


4 4 6 


7 M 


12 


34 


ii 3 


20 


Q 


1 ft after Afcen. ©in 


4 45 


7 i5 


1 


30 


morr 


21 


2 


[n 5 aftern. 


4 44 


7 16 


2 


2 3 


3 


22 


3 


) Perigee n© ) 


4 43 


7 in 
7 18 


3 


16 


1 1 


2 3 


4 


Something cool. 


4 42 


4 


6 


1 4 


2 4 


5 


Day's leng. 1 4V1. 36m. 


4 42 


7 18 


4 


56 


2 1 


l 5 


6 


P leaf ant hazy 


4 4 1 


7 *9 


5 45 


2 4 


267 


weather, 


4 40 


7 20 


6 


34 


3 « 


V|GjWhit Sunday. 


4 39 


7 21 


7 


2 3j 3 3 


-8J2 J Ms* rat«y. 


4 39 


7 21 


8 


12j 4 


»9 3 (?©> 


4 3 B 


7 22 


9 


2! ^ rife 


3o 4 Gen. Elect. Boflon. 


4 37 


7 2 3 


9 


5i 8 4, 


5tl5 >tat. 1. .32 S. 4 377 %3 


10 


44) 9 3; 



JUNE hath 33 days. 



T79T" 



Lafr quart. 6 day, 1 1 morn. Firft quart. 20 day, 9 after 
New moon 14 day, 2 morn. Full moon 28 day, t morn 



M 



W| Kalendar, & c. |0ri.j.0fet|F.fea, (r. >s 



1 
2 
3 
4 

! J 

9 7 
io\G 

11|2 

12 3 

13 I 4 

15 6 
I617 

17 G 

*8 2 

l 9 ! 3 
204 

22 6 

2 3l7 



4 35 
4 3* 

4 34 
4 33 
4 33 
4 33 



4 3 2 
4 32 
4 3 1 
4 3* 
4 31 
4 3 1 
4 31 
4 3 1 



\s reconciling enemies is 4 36 
the \rork of God, To fe- , ^5 

Trim", parating friends 
is the work of the devil. 
/Apogee. Rain 

© 3) a71 ^ thunder. 
Day's len. 14b. 45m. 
Day break 2h. 16m. 

Pica] ant whether for 402 

1 ft after Trin. forne 
St. Barnabas. days, 
J& F*** hot 
and clock together. 
rf0) weather, then 
J runs high. Man- 

flfcr A«i raw. 

2d paft Trinity. 

}> Peng. Pleafant J ° Q 

ft 4 II weather . 

D@> Longefi days 

\£|in 05 2 wior. (15b. 

Twil. ends 9V1. 52m 

/'Wr weather* 

St. Jn. Baptift, 

He is. well onward in the 
way of wifdom, that can 
b?ar reproof and mend 
by it. Foggy 

$ runs low. g > 

) Ut. 4 2 S. weaker^ 

Days fhort'ncd 2m 



7 2 4!^ 3 6 
7 2 4J 12 2 4 

7 2 5| 



4 3o 
4 3° 
430 
4 3° 
4 30 



43 1 
43 1 
4 3i 
4 3* 
43* 
14 3* 



2 g 

27 
27] 

28] 

. a8 
7 s 

7 2 9 

2 9 

2 9 
29 

29 

29 
30 

3° 
W> 

1 30 
7 3° 
7 3® 



1 1 

40 

22 

3 

44 

1 

a6[ 



10 34 

11 14 

M 54 

morn 

o 23 



4 3° 7 3° 



29 
7 29 

7 2 9 
729 

7 2 9 



* 45 

3 21 

4 1 
932 JMets. 

to 
1 1 

3 
11 45 
morn 



2 8 j 9 21 

"" 20 



24 10 
19 11 
*4* 

5 

55 
42 
28 

15 
5 



29*11 



1 
2 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

6 55 

7 44 
836 
9 28 

10 17 

5 



15 i 

44! 

.58 

26 

ii 

36; 



)rif«. 



9 49, 



J U L Y 



th 31 days. 



IWau 



Lull quart. 6 day, 2 morn. { Firtt quart. 23day,3morr 
New moon 13 day, 1 1 morn- | Full moon 27 day, 2 afterr 

M|WJ Kalendar, &c. ~ jg7Cp'5iet.|F. fea.jrT>7 



ljGfath p. Trin. JrUajant 
2j2 J > Apogee. Fogzy* 

3;3' Da y s len g- M* 1 . 5 6m 
Independence. 

Hazy mornings 
O0§ iSitni ram 

Day br'k 2V1. 21m. 
5th pa(t Trinity. 
]) ft <z£tf2U MzV time . 



4j4 

5 5 
616 

7j7 
8G 

9J2 

10 3 
114 

2 |5 
36 

15 G 

16J2 

*7 3 



He that Threads an ill re- 
Q&rtjis. f v.oft ascrimina 
JQthe firit in venter of it 
#©• Full tides. 
> lat. 4 34 N. M>& 
6th paU Trin; txpecl 
# Perigee. rain 



4 3 2 

43 2 

4 33 7 

4 33 

4 33 

4 34 
34 
35 
36 
3^ 
31 
3* 



28,11 
28.12 

1 
1 
a 
3 

3 

4 

5 
6 



2 

2 7 

2 7 

2 7 
26 

26 

2 5 

24 
24 

2 3 
22 



,4 3% 22 
4 39 7 21 

4 4°J7 2 ° 



ft 3 31 awd? thunder ^ 4QJ7 20 
18I4 jCommcn. Cambridge. L 41 7 19 



206 

ki 7 
22 G 

23)2 

a 4"3 

2 5,4 

a 7r 
28I7 



about tkff&daysXA 4' aw 18 
O © > 7** r. at midni .54 43*7 1 7 
Days leng. l^h. 34m. -4 43 
ythp.Trin. ©!n£>atj 4 44 
£$ fi. cL 6m. (noon.j4 45 



7 S 

7 l6 



77i u n der jh zvers 
Dog days begin. 
St. Anne, nao'r bl.virg. 
rw.e.9h.i4m. gQ% 
> lat. 4 50 S. in 

2oJG|8th p. Trinity. $ Ap. 
30J2 many places t 
3M3 I Plea/ant 



46 

4 47 
48 

49 
4 5° 
4 5 
4 5 2 
4537 



50 
34 
15 
56 
36 
16 

59 
43 
3' 
20 
17 

*4 

I I 

9 
3 
5 
4 

39 

2 5 

s 1 

1 

5 

40 
2 

20 

i 2 

59 
45 
28 

I I 
5 2 



11 
1 
morn 

o i<! 

H 



1 


41 


2 


i( 


3 


( 


•i 


c:s 


8 


; 
5': 


9 


2C 


ID 


£ 






1© 


34 


1 1 


CJ 


1 1 


0- 



■> 



1 1 

morn 
o 
o 

1 



V9! 
49 
3c 

2 1£ 

3 < 

♦<ife. 
8 23 

8 5 o 

9 ^9 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 



I79*~ 



..aft quart. 4 day, 6 aftern. | Firftquar. 18 day, 1 
<e\r moon u day, 7 aftern. j Full moon 26 day, 



1 raor 
5 mor 



Wj Kalendar, &c. |0ri.|0fet.lF.fca.| r. }s 



PUafant]^ 54' 7 
4 55 7 



72 



4 JLammas. 

5 jlf you would be m after of 

6 your thoughts, keep tliem 
toyourfelf. n0# 
9th p. Tri. then rain 
])& and thunder. 
7*s rife lob. 54m. 

Pleafant weather. 

Days leng. 13b. 56m 

Day break 3b. 5m. 

d0# Full tides. 

10th p. Tri. Jlat. 5 N 

~ Perigee. Some 

rain about 

I II thefe days 

Fair weather, 

Twili. ends 8b, 

n©# 

11th pari Trinity, 

More rain, 
7*s rife 10 o'clock. 
Cornm. Dartmouth. 

(© in W 9 aftern, 
St. Bartholom. 
D Apogee. 

12th paft Trin. £0]) 
Pleafant, 
Days leng. 13b. 8m. 
Q$ and clock even. 



7 
G 

2 

3 

4 
5 
6 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 
G 

2 

3 

4 

315 

6 

7 

a 



8° 5 



40m. 



5 8 



5 6 7 

577 

5 8 7 
597 

°7 
i|6 

«6 _ 
46 5 6 
56 55 
■6 6 54 

7 6 53 

8 6 52 

11649 
126 48 

M6 47 
146 46 
166 44 

l rfi *3 



4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
S 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 2 7 



64 1 2 

t 
1 
2 

3 

4 
5 
5 
6 



26 



(St. John baptift. 5 28 6 32 



Rain about this time.\p, 30 



6 42 
6 41 
639 
638 

6 37 



2 5p35 



6 34 
6 33 



3°j 



3 2 
12 

5* 

37 
22 

ii 

1 

59 
58 

5'5 

53 
48 

40 

33 
22 
10 

59 
49 
39 
3° 
20 

11 

59 
47 
3i 
15 
56 
36 
*7 

57 
40 



9 58 
1-0 19 

10 41 

11 31 

11 36 

morn 

o 10 

44 

1 44 

2 47 
2>fets, 

8 2 
8 31 



10 23 

10 53 
** 32 
morn. 

13 

1 4 

1 55 

2 53 

3 51 
]) n fe. 

7 35 

7 54 

8 16 
8 38 



^SEPTEMBER hath 30 days. 1798. 1 



Laft ^uar. 3 day, 6 morn. 
New moon 10 day, 3 morn. 



Firft quart. 16 day, 8 afte 
Full moon 24 day, 9 afte 



M jW) Kalendar, &c. |{%ri. 0fet F. fea r.j); 



7*s rife oh. 20m. 
13th p. Trinity. )& 
Dog days end. O © D 5 34 
Day's ieng. 1 2h. 50m. 5 35 
Commen. Providence. 5 36 
View virtue and vice,c 38 
with their confluences. »,- oa 

Rain about this time. 5 40 
14th pad Trinity. (5 42 
J Perig. 4Qb$ 43 

> lat. 3 53 N. Lowryg 44 

Commenc, N. Haven. '5 46 
£ 27 a weathers 47 



¥ 29 

6 28 

6 26 

6 25 

6 24 

6 22 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 



9 
10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

!i 

20 

2l 

t2 

«3 

26 

27 5 

28 6 



53 1 

5 3 2 



a 9 



St. Michael. 
17th pad Trinity. 



D£ 



3 
3 

4 
5 
6 

, 7 
18 8 

*7J 9 
1610 



9 

10 

10 
11 



49mor 

47 o 

40 



© fa ft clock 5m. k 49 

then plea/ant. 5 50 
15th p. Triii. D©>5 51 
Do good for virtue's fake. 5 
Save your rags, Ladies. 
P leaf ant , warm. 
Dull, lewry. 
St. Matthew. 
<JMn & 3 afternoon. 
16th paft Trinity. 

(>Apo. £Q) 
O lat. 3 40 S. 

Rain about this time 
Twil. ends 7V1. 32. 
*s rife 7b. 44m, 



53 
55, 6 

586 

59 6 
5 



9 
) 1 1 



*a 

11 

10 
9 

i 

2 
1 

59 
5* 
56 
55 
53 

5 a 



5* 
5 49 



12 

12 

j 

2 

3 

4 
5 
5 

6 

7 
8 
8 

9 

10 

to 

1 1 

1 2 



1 
2 

4 

3 o#fe1; 
22 

*3 

£ 
51 

44 
3| 

28 
18 



8 

9 

9 
10 
11 

11 
7 mor 

4°, * 
24 2 

5 3 a 
46 jrri 

27 6 

" 6 

7 
7 
8 

8 



8 

49 
34 
1€ X 



OCT O'fe'E R'hatli 3r rfays. 



1798. 



aft quai't. 2d iy, 8 aftern. 
ew moon 9 day, 9 morn. 



Firft quart. 16 day., noon.' 
Full niopn 24 day, 3 aftern. 



W! Xalendar, &c\ 



U we atiend more to,6i2 5 
a<S# thofe. who have|6 13.5 
lived before us, we|6 15 \$ 
7*s r. 7h.23m. might 6 16J5 
learn to live much Toon- 6 17 (5 
F>ggy,rain a\nd er. 6 19 
18th p. Trin. }) Peri. 6 20 
ptrhaps thurder.6 21 
6 ©• High tides. 6 23 

# lat. 21N, Lozvry 6 24 
5 Gen. Com. N. Haven. 6 26 



0ii. H\f.|F.fe a.] r.))s 



6ft 258 



8 £ 

°3 

M 



afo// 6 27 



Day's leng. nh. 4m. 628 

19th pad Trinity, 6 30 

weather. 6 31 

Stonington Ba. A(Ibci.6 32 

(n©>6 34 

More 6 35 

rai?z <2/ 6 36 

this time. 6 38 

20th pall Trinity. 639 

$ Apo. 0infll 10 af. 6 40 

faft clock 16m. |6 42 

^0® Pretty fulltides.J6 43 



p 

47 

45 
4^ 
43 
41 
40 

3° 

37 

3^ 

& 

S3 

3 

3° 

2C, 

28 

5^6 

5 2 c 

5 2 4 

2 



]> lat. 



6.44 



1 z S, 

Pleafant\6 4.5 

zvcachtrlb 47 

2iR pad Trinity, (648 

/</r theJeafonJ6 49 

Day's leng. loh. i8m.j6 51 

7*s rife $h. 44m. j6 53 



53 
48 

44 
40 

6 33 

7 26 

8 1 



5 
5 

5 2C 
18 

*? 

*6 

15 

1 1 



IO 
2 

54 
45 
40 

3 

2 2; 

3 H 

4 
4 
5 

6 

7 
8 

8 



9 
10 

1 1 26 

morn, 

40 

1 54 

3 * 

4 32 
J) fets, 

6 32 

7 2 

7 38 

8 21 



3 
3 9 

5 

3 
1 

69 
4i 

2 7 

1 a 

69 



2 48 



norn. 

G 54 
1 ^8 

3 3 

4 41 

5 4 
J) rife. 

5 53 

6 22 

6 53 

7 40 

8 28 

9 3* 
1034? 



NOV Jb. M t> £ K hath 30 days. I 79?5. 



Firft quart. 15 day, 5 mot 

Full moon 23 day, 8 mor 

30 day, noon 



[•aft quart. 1 day, 5 mom 
New moOn 7 day, 9 aftern. 
•Laft quart. 
M| W\ Kalen(£~&£r~ |tv»ri.j Qf. ]F. fea.j r j 

15 n0 /in felf-denial is 6 

26 found the mod exalted 

37 Day break 5V1. 19m 

4 G,2 2ft p. Tr in. > Ferige. 

5 2 pleafure ; & in the con 
63 'queft of evil habifs,the 
7;4-tJ0]) moft glorious 
85 -Day's length 9b, 58m. 
9 6 (tiiumph. y4 Jiorm. 

7*s fouth 1 2I1. 50m 
23d pad Trinity. 
& 25 S 



% 

12:2 
*3|3 
*4;4 

16.6 

i7J 
i8 { G 
192 
80J3 
«4 



f6 



273 
28 j 
r 
295 
306 



More 

rainy 
weather 

n0j *&>$ 

tlufe days, 

Cold^ chilly 

24th p. Trim*, j) Apog. 

winds. 

Dull weather* 

3j in J 7 aftern, 

Twilig. ends 6h. 27m. 

<?©> (Da 

T)runs h'gh. ®!at. 2 N* 
25th pad Trinity. 

Snozi< or rain 
Day's ieng. 9h. 20m. 
QFaft of clock 1 2tti. 
7*s fouth lih. 8 n. 
St. Andrew. n0J 




D L C E IV! B h K hath 3 i days. 



1793. 



lew moon 7 day, morn. 
ir ft guar, 14 day, midnig 

1[ Wj Calendar, &c. [®rl.]"grf. [FTTca.] 



Full moon, 22d day, midnig. 
Laft quart. 29 day, 9 aftern. 



Lowry cold weather!*] 23 
Advent Sund. ) Peri'7 24 
The epicure puts his 7 2/ 



purfe inio hisbelly.and^ 
the miferhis belly inr<;-i 
Twil. 6h. 17m. his 

6tSD purfe. 

D runs very low. 

'G?2d in Advent. 

2 J Cold 

4 j a£ Mir /iwe. 

5 |7*s fouth ioh. Jjm, 



2 

3 

416 



5i7)2)Apog. . yjwa 

OjG^d in Advent, 



! 

7'2 

6 (3 

94 
°»5 

l2 ^ 

'■3G 
2 
3 



0> razw. 
Day's length 9 hours. 

N. E.jlorm. 
St.Tho's. Qinvfr 7 mor, 
and cl. even, g jfr J 
4th inAdv. ^1.3 3,5 N. 
Pleafant zveathe^ 
Christmas. 

for the J? af on. 
St. John Evangel! ft. 
7*s fouth 9 o'clock. 
]> Perigee. ©n^ 
lft pafl Chriflmas. 
Day's increafed 4m. 



L 



3* 

31 
31 

3> 
80 

30 
30 

30 

30 

30 

4 30 

4 3 1 
4 3 1 
4 3i 
4 3 1 
4 3 1 



o 

49; 
39 
2 9 ; 



47 
2 

*7 

®lets. 

5 42 

6 3 

7 20 

8 20 

9 2 3 
10 28 

53}* 1 34. 

33:morn. 

3 

39 

41 

44 

5 



, J 



12 o 
53 
34 
14 
3 



1 
2 

3 
4 
55} 6 



: 



8 471 J rife: 

9 4°| 



7 284 32 



4,3- 



5 
6 

7 
8 2 



3 i 

20 

20! 

*3j 9 3° 

2 , 10 55 
50.morn 

3 8 < ° 9 
27J 1 24 



i 



[ 16 ] 

French DECADAIRE, 
Correfpondin£ with the Vulgar CALENDAR. 









I 


VENDEM1AIRE. 


BR V M AIRE 
Premiere (ift.) D 


2 
ecnde \ 


Premiere (ift.) Decade. 


1 Pri. S. 


2 2 Sept. Satur. 


1 Pri. L. t22 Oft 


Ma * 


2 Duo. D. 


23 Sund. 


2Duo.M. J23 


Tue I 


3 Tri. L. 


24 Mon. 


3Tri.M. ;24 


Wei > 


4Qua.M. 


25 Tuef. 


4 Qua. J. 25 


Thur j 


5pui.M. 


26 Wed. 


5Qui. V. 26 


Frii * 


.6 Sex. j. 


27 Thurf. 


6 Sex. S. 27 


Sutu 9 


7 Sep. V. 


28 Frid. 


7 Sept. D. 28 


Sum t 


8 Oft. s. 


29 Sat. 


8 Ofti. L. [29 


Mor 


9 Non.D. 


3>i Sund. 


9 Non.M. ho 


Tue" 


io Dec. L. 


*i Oft. Mon. 


10 Dec. M. I31 


Wed i 


Second (2d.) Decade. 


Scc6ti.de (2d.) De 


cade ] 


ii Pri. M. 2 Oct. Tuef. 


11 Pri. J. iNor. 


ThurJi 


12 Duo. M. 


3 Wed. 


12 Duo.V. 


2 


FridlJ 


»3Tii. J- 


4 Thurf. 


j 3 Tri. S. 


3 


Satl 


14 Oiia.V. 


5 Frid. 


14 Qua. D. 


4 


Sund 


iyQui. S. 


6 Sat. 


1 5 Qui. L. 


5 


Mond 


l6 Sex. D. 


7 Sund. 


16 Sex. M. 


6 


Tuef 


17 Sep. L. 


8 Mon. 


17 Sep.M. 


7 


Wed 


1 8 Oft. M. 


9 Tuef. 


18 Oft. J. 


1 


Thud 


i9Non.M. 


10 Wed. 


iqNon.V. 


9 


Frid 


2? Dec. j. 


11 Thurf. 


20 Dec. S. 


10 


Satur, 
>ecade. 


Troifieme (3d.) Decade. 


Troifieme (3d.) D 


21 Pri. V. 


1 2 Oft. Frid. 


21 Pri. D. juNov 


Sund. 


22Duo. S. 


13 Satur. 


22 Duo. L,. 


12 


Mond. 


23 Tri. D. 


14 Sund. 


23 Tri.M. 


iB 


Tuef. 


2,4 pua. L. 


1 5 Mon. 


24 Qua. M. 


J4 


Wefd 


25 Qui.M. 


16 Tuef. 


25 Qui. J. 


!5 


Thurf 


:6 Sex. M. 


17 Wed. 


26 Sex. V. 


16 


Fridaj 


27 Sep. J. 


18 Thurf. 


27 Sep. S. 


17 


Satur, 


28 Oft. V. 


19 Frid. 


28 Oft. D. 


18 


Sund. 


^)Non, S. 


20 Satur. 


29 Non. L. 


19 


Mond. 


VDec. D. 


(21 Sund. 


30 Dcc.M. 


20 


Tuei; 



C n ] 



FRIMAIRE. 



Premiere (lit) Decade. 
I Pri. M. 121N07. Wed 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
2$ 



2UllO. J. 

.£ Tri. V. 

.4 Qua. S. 

5 Quin.D, 

6 Sex. L. 

7 Sep. M. 

8 Oft. M. 

9 Non. J. 
p Dec. V. 



?9 
0° 



Thurf. 

Frid. 

Satur. 

Sunday 

Mond. 

Tuef. 

Wed. 
Thurf. 

Frid. 



NIVOSK. 



Premiere (ift.) Decade. 
I Pri. V. 121 Dec. Frid. 



2 Duo. S. 22 

3 Tri. D. '23 
4pua.L. Noel 



Seconde (2d.) Decade. 
M Pri. S. J iDec. Satur. 

12 Duo. Ave fit. 

13 Tri. L. I 3 
4 
5 



5Qui.M. 

6 Sex. M. 

7 Sep. J. 

8 Ofti. V. 

9 Non. S. 
io Dec. D. 



Satur. 

Sun i. 
Mon I. 
Tuef. 

Wed. 
Thurf. 

Frid. 
Safcur* 
Suiid. 



Seeonde (2d.) Decade. 



14 Qua. M. 
J 5 Qui. M. 
l6S^x. J. 

17 Sep. V. 

18 Oft. S. 

19 Non. D. 

20 Dec. L. 

Troifieme 

21 Pri. M. 

22 Duo.M. 

23 Tri. J. 
*4Qua. v - 

25 Qui. S." 

26 £*. D. 

27 Sept. L. 

28 uft.M. 
29N011.M. 
3?Drc. J. 



Sund. 

Mond. 

Tuef. 

Wed. 

Thurf. 

Friday. 

Satur. 

Sund. 

Mond. 



(3d.) Decade. 
1 1 iDec, Tuef. 



12 
'3 
■A, 

15 
16 

17 
18 

19 

20 



i 1 Pri. L. 
1 2 Duo. M. 
^Tri-M. 

1 4 Qua. M. 

15 Qui.V. 
i6 Sex. S. 

17 Sept. D. 

18 Oft. L. 

19 Non. M. 

20 Dec. M. 

Troificme 

21 Pri. J. 
2-2 Duo. V. 

23 Tri. S. 

24 Qua. D. 

25 Qui. L. 

26 Sex. M. 

27 Sep M. 

28 Oft. I. 



Wed. 
Thurf 

Frid. 
Satur. 

Sund. 
Mond. 

Tuef. 

W^d.J29 Non.V. 
Thurf. 1 3-5 Dec. 5. 

B 2 



31 Dec. Mond. 

j.411. Tuef. 

Wed. 

Thurf. 

Frid. 

Satur. 

jiwd. 

3>eC 

1 Wed. 

(3J.) Decade. 
10 Jan. T.;urf. 
r 1 Frid. 

12 $4tur.: 

Sund. 
Mond. 
Tuef. 

Thurf. 
Friday. 

Satur,. 





C r8 ] 




PLUVXOSE. 


VENTOSE. 


Premiere (1ft) Decade. 


Premiere (ift.) Decade.l 


iPri. D. 


20 Jan. Sund. 


1 Pri.M. |I9 Feb. Tue 1 


2 Duo. L. 


21 Mond. 


2 Duo. Cendres. Wee * 


3Tri.M. 


22 Tuef. 


3 Tri. J. }2i Thirr \ 


4pna.M. 


23 Wed. 


4 Qua.V. 


22 Friday 4 


5 Qui. J. 


24 Thurf. 


5 SJjri- S. 


23 Satu: \ 


6 Sex. V. 


25 Frid. 


6 Sex.D. 


24 Sunc '& 


7 Sep. S. 


26 Satur. 


7 Sep. JL. 


25- Monc " 


8 oa. D. 


27 Siihch 


8 oa. m. 


26 Tue. 8 


9 Non. L. 


28 Mond. 


9Non.M. J27 Wee \ 


ic Dec. M. I29 Tuef 


10 Dec. J. i28 Thur. d 


Seconcle (2d.) Decade. 


Seconde (2d-) Decade. 


i! Pri. M. 


2p Jan. Wed. 


.! I Pri. V. 


iMar. Fric i 


12 Duo. J. 


31 Thurf. 


12 Duo. S. 


2 Satur 1 


12, Tri. V. 


1 Feb. Frid. 


13 Tri.D. 


3 Sund J 


14 Qua. S. 


2 Satur. 


-14 Qua. L. 


4 Mond 


IS Qui D. 


3 Sund. 


F5 Oui.M. 


5 Tuei 


1 6 Sex. L. 


4 Mond. 


i6Sex. M. 


6 Wed 


17 Sep. M. 


5 Tuef 


1 7 Sep. J. 


7 Thuri 


28 Ocl.M. 


6 Wed. 


18 ua.v. 


8 Friday 


1 9 Non. J. 


7 Thurf. 


19 Non. S. 


9- S atur 


fccHDec.V^ ST Frid. 


20 Dec. D. 


10 Sund 


Trofierae (3d) Decade. 


Troifieme (3d.) Decade. 


23 Pri. S. 


9 Feb. Satur. 


21 Pri. JL. 


11 Mar. Mond 


22 Duo.D. 


io Sund. 


22 Duo. M. 


12" Tuef 


2?, Tri. L. 


1 1 Mond. 


23 Tri. M. 


! 3 Wed 


24QuauM.! 


1 2 Tuef. 


24 Qua. J. 


14 Tlnarf 


25 gui.M. 


13: Wed. 


2.5 $ui. V. 


15 Friday 


26 Sex. y. 


14 Tl/uif; 


26 Sex. S. 


16 Satur 


27 Sep. V. 


1 5 Friday. 


27 &?p. D. 


p7 Sund 


2,8 Oct. S. I16 Satur. 


28 Oct. L. 


18 Mond 


29 Non. D. |f7 Sund.|29Non.M. 


U9 Tuef 


p Dec. L. 


I18 Mofld. 


! 3iDec. M. 


(zo wstt! 



f «?I 



GERMINAL. 

i 


FLOHEAL* 


Premiere (ift.) Decade. 


Premiere (ift) Decade. 


I Pri. J. 


•21 Mar. Thurf. 


1 Pri. S. 


20 April. Satur. 


2Duo.V. 


22 Friday. 


2 Duo.D. 


21 Sund. 


3Tri. S. 


23 Satur. 


3 Tri. L. 


22 Mond. 


4 Qua. D. 


24 Sund. 


4pua.M. 


23 Tuef. 


5 Q;.i. L. 


45 Mond. 


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The Virtues, Sept 17. § Opinion, Sept. 20. 
Genius, Sept. 18. § Rewards,. Sept. 21*.' 
Labour^ Sept. 19* § 



Jieaidtr- for- 1798. 
State of Connecticut. 



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Executive £? Legislative Departments 
His Excellency Oliver Wolcott, Efq. 

GOVERNOR. 

lion. Jonathan Trumbull, Efq. Lieu. Govi 

ASSISTANTS. 

William Williams, FJq. 
Jofe'ph P. Cook, jgjjj-. 
William Kiilhoufe, riq. 
John Tread well, Efq. 
P^oger Newbury, Ef<j. 
Feiniin SVift* iiq. 
Jon itiran Ingerfoli, Efq. 
'] ho mas Grofvenor, Eiq. 
Thomas ' eymour, Efq. 
/<aron Auflin, Ifo. 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, Efc^. 
Lav id Dagget, Efq. 

Andrew Kingfoury, Efq. Treafurer. 

John i'orur fq. Comptroller of Public Accounts* 

Samuel vVyllys, Efq, Sewttary. 



( *3 ) 

RepREsttJTATtvEs in May Sefilon, 1798. 

HARTfoRD > ^/J E{rr , St Thomas Y# Seymour, Jon. Bull. 
Berlin, MelT". Amos Horstbrd, Gad Stanley. 
Briflol, Mr. Abraham Pettibone. 
Eafi-Hartford, Men'. Elifra Pitkin, Jonathan Wells. 
Eaft-Windfbr, Men". Fred. Ellfworth, Rofwell Grant. 
Enfield, MelT. Eliphalet Terry, Lemuel Kingfbury. 
Varmmtton, Me 11'. John Mix, Timothy Pitkin. 
Glaftentury, Men". John Hale, Zephaniah H. Smith. 
Granby, MefT. Hezekiah Holcomb, Ozias Pettibon*. 
Hqrtland, MelT. Uriel Holmes, Eleazer Enfign. 
Southittgton, MefT. Samuel Hart, Samuel Pardie. 
SuffieltF, Mefl* Samuel Hale, Gideon Granger, jun. 

chofen Clerk* 
Symsbury, MrfT Noah Phelps, Jared Mills. 
IV ether .field, MefT. Ezek. P Belden, Sam, W Williams. 
Wind/or, MeC Henry Allen, Oliver Mather. 
New Haven, Mr. David Daggett, chofen Ajfif ant. 

Mr Elizur Goodrich. 
Bnwford, Mr. Timothy Hoadley. 
Chefkire, MefT. Andrew Hull, jun. A, Hull. 
Derby, MelT. James Lewis, Ruflcl Tcmlinfon, 
Durham, Melt. Elnathan Camp, Abraham Scrantoft. 
Eaft-Hjven, Mr. Stephen Woodward. 
Guilford, M^iT Andrew Ward, Anguftus Collins. 
HarrJen, Mr. Simeon Brifiol. 

fyilford, MelT Wrri". Goggflaall, Abraham V H Dewitt. 
North- Haver;-, Mr Joihua Barns. 
mffijigford, MelT. Samuel Hall, 2:!. Dan. Collins. 
Watertury, MeiT John KingfLury, Win. Leavenwortk. 
W-90-dbrtdge, MefT Samuel Oiborn, Roger Peck. 
Wolcott, Mr. Mark Harrifon, 
New- London, Mefl'. Marvin Wait, Elias Perkins, 

chofen Clerk* 
H$nvich, MefT John Backus, Jofsph WilJianui. 
Bo-^cih* Mr. Nshemiah Waterman. 



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tolchejler, MeiT. Henry Champion, 2d. Jbf. Imam f 2 

Franklin, Mr David Mafo.n 

Groton, Meff. Starr Chefter, Robert Gere, 2d. 

Lisbon, Mr. Levi Perkins 

Lyw?, M£ff. Lemuel Lee, Ifrael Rreeves 

Montville, Mr. Jofhua Raymond. 

Pre/hn, MefT Haac Avery. Daniel Morgan. 

Stonington, MefT. Latham Hull, Amos Palmer. 

Fairfield, Meff. Lewis B. Sturges, David Burr. 

Daubury, Meff. Tho- p. White, Daniel N, Carringfc 

B'rtokfield, Mr. Amos Wheeler. 

Greenwich, MefT Ebenezer Mead, Jsbez Fitch. 

Huntington, MeiT, George Healy,Le Grand M. Lewil 

New-Fairfield, MefT Jofeph Bearfs, Stephen Bams. 

Newtown, MelT. William Edmond, chofen Speaker* 

David Baldwin. 
Wonvalk, MeiT Matthew Marvin, John Cannon. 
Reading, MefT Simeon Munger, Seth S. Smith 
Ridgefieid, MelT David Olmftead, Samuel Dauchey 
Stamford, MefT. George Mills, Noyes Mather. 
Stratford, MefT Sam W iohnfon, JabezH Tomlinfoi 
Wefton, Mr. Samuel B Sherwood 
Windham, MefT Timothy Larrabee, Jabez Clark. 
Afbford, Meff. Abel Simmons, jun Samuel Spring. 

Brook/yne, Mr. Daniel Putmnn. 

Canterbury, MelT Daniel Froft, Jedidiah Johnfon. 

Hampton, Mr Philip Pearl 

Killingly, MeiT. Jofeph Adams, Samuel Anderfon. 

Lebahcn, Meff Peleg Thomas, Elkan ,n Tifdale. 

Mansfield, Meff Conftant Southworth, Fred Freeman 

Pomfrtt, Meff tbfenezerK.iugib.ury, William Field. 

Plairf.ld, Meff William D xon, Ephraim \V heeler. 

Tbompfon, Mr. Jonathan Nichols. 

Voluuioiin, Mr, Sr.muel Robbins. 

Sterling, Mr Anthony Brown . 

Woodfock, Meff. Ebenezer Smith, Stephen Paye. 

hiiCHfiii>v, Meff. Mofes Seymour, kphraim Kirby. 



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Sttbhtn, Mr. Olittr Parmele. 
Bvrkbemjtead, Meff. Ifrael Jones, Pcletiah Allen. 
Canaan, Meff. Jonathan Burrall, Nathaniel Stevens. 
Zornivall, MefT. John Sedgwick, Ifaac Swift. 
Zolebrook, Meff. 'Elijah Rockwell, Samuel Mills. 
Gcjben, MelT. Adino Hale, Birdfey Norton. 
Harivinton, MefT. Jofiah Phelps, Daniel Catlin. 
Kent, Mr. John Elliot. 

Krw- Hartford, MelT. Jonathan Marfh, Abra. Kellogg. 
Nrw-Milford, MelT. Philo Ruggles, Jofiah Starr. 
Norfolk, MelT. Giles Pettibone, Afa Humphrey. 
Plymouth, Mr. David Smith. 
Koxbury, Mr. Ph'neas Smith. 
Salisbury, MelT. Jolhua Porter, Samuel Lee. 
Sharon, Meff. John C. Smith, Oliver Kellogg. 
Sorcthbury, Mr. Benjamin Hicock. 
Torrington, MefT. Elifha Smith, Jabez Gillet. 
Warren, Mr. Samuel Carter. 

Wafitington, MelT. Daniel N. Brinfrnade, Elijah Hazea. 
Watcrtrun, Mr. Aner Bradley. 
Winchefter, Mr. Samuel Hurlbut. 
Woodbury, Meff. Nathaniel Prefton, Elijah Sherman. 
Middletown, Meff. Stephen T. Hofmer, Elij. Hubbard. 
Haddam, Meil*. Ezra Brainard, John May. 
Chatham^ MelT. Hezekiah Goodrich, Mofes Cook. 
Eaft-Haddam, Me AT. EliphaletHolmes, Ifaac Spencer. 
Killinguorth, Meff. Jofeph Wilcox, Edward Houd. 
Saybrook, MeiT. William Hart, Samuel Williams. 
Tolland, MelT. Daniel Edgerton, Samuel Ladd. 
Bolton, Meff*. Samuel Carver, Jared Cone, jun. 
Coventry, MefT. John Hale, John Ripley. 
Ellington, Mr. Elijah Pember. 
Hebron, Meff. Sylvefter Gilbert, Joel Jones. 
Somers, MefT. Reuben Sikes, Abiel Peafe. 
Stafford, Meff. Nathaniel Hyde, Ebcnezer Gay. 
Vnion, Meff. Samuel Crawford, Abij ah Seffions. 
Willington, Meff. Samuel Dun'ton, Rufus Ftfk. 
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Representatives in O&ober Seilion, 1797. 

Hartford, ]ViESS. Jonathan Bull, Nathan Whiting 
Berlin, MeiT. Amos Horsford, James North. 
Brifrol, Mr. Zebulon Peck. 

Eaft-Hartford, MefT. Elifha Pitkin, Shub. Grifwold* 
Eajl-JVindfor, MeiT. Frederick Ellfworth, 

Daniel Rockwell. 
Enfield, Me£ Eliphalet Terry, Lemuel Kinglburvj 
Farminrton, MeA'. John Mix, Tim. Pitkin, jun. 
Ghftenbury, MefT. John Hale, Zephaniah H. Smith. 
Granby, MefT. Hezekiah Holcomb, Pliny Hillyer. 
"Hartland, MeiT. Uriel Homes, Eleazer Enfign. 
Southi?igtort, MeiT. Samuel Hart, Timothy- Clark-. 
Suffield y MeiT. Gideon Granger, jun. (Clerk. J 

Samuel Hale. 
Sjffts bury, MefT. George Humphrey s^AmaziabHumphreY! 
Whnifor^ MefT. Oliver Mather, Henry Allen. 
Wetherjfieldy MefT. EzekielP.Belden, Sam. W. William! 
Kfw-Havfn, I\ie(T. E. Goodrich, Silas Merriman. 
Bradford, MeiT. Timothy Head-lev, EH Fowler. 
Chcjhire, Mcfr. Andrew Hull, Andrew Hull, jun. 
Derby, MeiT. James Lewi?, Thomas Clark. 
Durham, Meff. Elnathan Camp, Levi Parmele. 
Edfi-H.ivcti, Mr. Enos Hemmingway. 
Guilford, Me IF. Nathaniel Rcfleter, Jonathan Todd* 
Hamden, Mr. Samuel "Bellamy. 
Miiford, Mtefll Wm. Coggfhall, Abraham V. H.Dewitt 
North-Haven, Mr. j'ofeph Picrpont. 
Wallingford, MeC Samuel Hall, 2d. Dan Collins. 
Waterbury, Meif. John Kirigmurv, Jared Byington. 
Y/oodbridge, MefT. Samuel OfbcrUe, Medad Hotchkifs 
Wolcott, Mr. Charles Upfom 

New-London, Muff. Marvin Wait, Nicoll Fofdick. 
Narw/c^j'Meff Rli/ha Hyde* John Turner. 
Bozrah, Mr. A Pa. Woodworrh. 
€olchefter y Ms: if. H. Champion, Jofeph Iftam, jun. 



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Franklin, Mr. Thomas Hyde. 
Irotou, Meff. Starr Chefter, Robert Geer, 2d. 
Lisbon, Mr. John Kinfman. 

Lyme, Meff. John Noyes, Matthew Grifwold, jun. 
Nlontville, Mr. Jofhua Raymond. 
Prefton, Meff. Amos Avery, Mofes Tyler. 
Stonington, MefT Edward Swan, Eliiha Swan. 
Fairfield, MelT. Lewis B. Sturgis, David Burr. 
Danbury, MefT. Elifha Whittlefey, Benjamin Hickock. 
Brookfeld, Mr. Amos Wheeler. 
Greenwich, MefT. Ebenezer Mead, Jabez Fitch. 
New-F airfield, Meff. Jofeph Bearfs, Alex. Stuart. 
Wuntington, MelT. Henry Curtis, George Healey. 
New-Town, MefT. William Edmond, (Speaker) 

Zachariah Ferris. 
Norwalk, Meff. Matthew Marvin, Jofeph Silliman. 
Reading, Meff. Simeon Munger, Seth Samuel Smith. 
Kidgcficld, MefT. David Olmftead, Samuel Dorfey. 
Stamford, Meff. George Mills, Noyce Mather. 
Stratford, Meff. Jabez H. Tomlinibn, J. Thompfon. 
Weftcn, Mr. John Sherwood. 
Trumbull, [Conftituted this Seffion.] 
Windham, Meff. Tim. Larrabe, Zeph. Swift, (Clerk,) 
Afford, Meff. Jofiah Byles, Abel Simmons. 
Brooklyn?, Mr. Daniel Putnam. 
Canterbury j Meff. Daniel Froit, Samuel Bar (tow. 
Hampton, Mr. Phillip Pearl. 

Killingly, Meff. Jofeph Adams, Ephraim Warren. 
Lebanon, Meff. Elkanah Tifdale, Pe!eg Thomas. 
VUirifeld, Meff. Calvin Goddard, .Stephen Hall. 
"Mansfield, Meff. Daniel Crocker, Frederick Freeman. 
Pomfret, Meff. Evan Malbone, Lemuel Ingalh. 
Thompfon, Mr. Simon Davis. 
Voluntown, Mr. James Alexander. 
Sterling, Mr. Archibald Gordon. 
Woodflock, Meff. John Fox, Silas May. 
Litchfield, Meff. Mofes Seymour, Ephraim Kirby. 
B?thlem } Mr. David Bellamy. 



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'BarkhemftenJ, MsfT. Jofeph Wilder, Samuel Hadcn. 
Canaan, Meff. Samuel Forbes, Nathan Hale. 
Cornwall, MeiT. John Sedgwick, Judah Kellogg. 
Colebrock, Meff. David Pinney, Elijah Rotkwelt. 
Gcjhcn, MeC Adino Hale, Birdfey Norton. 
Harrington, Meff. Daniel Catlin, James Brace. 
Kcn^ Mr. Barzillai Sloffon. 

N^i-v-Hartford, M-jff. Scth Spencer, Jonathan Marfii 
JS'rw-MilJord, Meff. Jofiah Starr, Elima Bofhvick. 
Norfolk, Meli*. Giles Pettibone, Nathaniel Stevens. 
Plymouth, Mr. David Smith. 
Koxbury, Mr. Elihu Canfield. 
Salisbury, Meff. Jofhua Porter, EHfha Sterling. 
Sharon, MfclC John Cotton Smith, Samuel Caufieki. 
Southbury, Mr. B;njamin Hicock, 
Torrirgton, Mcff. Eliiha Smith, Jabez Giilct. 

Warren, Mr. Samuel Carter. 

WaJJ/ington, Meff. Dan'I N. Brimfmade, Wm.Coggfwe 

Watcrtown, Mr. Thomas Fenn. 

Wtnchefler, Meff. Samuel Hurlbut, Robert M'Ewen. 

Woodbury, Meif. Nathan Prefton, Elijah Sherman. 

Middletown, Me IT. Andrew Campbell, Amos Churchi 

HaiUbm, Meff. David Brainerd, Edward Selden. 

Cbathatn, Meff. Daniel Shepherd, jun. 
Chauncey Bulkley. 

Eafl-Haddam, Meff. E. Holmes, Ifaac Spencer, jun 

Killing-north, Me 11". Wm. Morgan, Abraham Picrfor 

Say brook, MelT. Jonathan Lay, William Hart- 

Tolland, Mefl*. Daniel Edgei ton, Elijah Chapman, ju 

Ito#4», Meff. Oliver King, Jofeph Carver. 

Coventry, Meff. John Hale, Ephraim Kingfbury. 

Ellington, Mr. Eleazer Pinney. 

Hebron, Meff. S)lvefter Gilbert, Elijah Houfe. 

Somers, Meff. Pveuben Sikes, Eber Kobinion. 

Stafford, Meff Nathaniel Hyde, Jeffe Cady. 

Union, Meff. Samuel Crawford, Abijah Seffions. 
Willi ngtoit) Hcif. Samuel Duntor, Kufus Fiik. 



c 29 g 

Judicial <W Civil Departments* 

JUDGES or the SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Andrew Adams, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Jeffe Root, efq. I Hon. Benj. Huntington, efq. 
Hon. Jona. Sturges, efq. j Hon. Steph.M.Mitchel, efq. 

George Pitkin, efq. (of Eaft- Hart ford,) clerk. 
George Pitkin, jun. efq. (oi'E. Hartford,) Affift. Clerk* 

COUNTY of HARTFORD, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. John Treadwell, efq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Tho's Seymour, efq. I Hon. Roger Newbury, efq. 

Hon. John Chefter, efq. | Jonathan Bull, efq. 

Hezekiah Biiiell, eiq. Treasurer. 

Thomas Chefter, efq. Clerk. 



JUSTICES 
Hartford. 

Noah Webfter, 

Samuel Wyllys, 

Ralph "Poinerov, 

William Mofe'ley,. 

John Trumbull, 

Nathan H. Whiting, 

Thomas Y. Seymour, 

Chauncey Goodrich, 

Jonathan Brace, 

Nathaniel Terry, 

William Imlay, efq'rs. 
Bsrlin y 

Selah Hart, 

Ifaac Lee, 

Gad Stanley ^ 



of the PEACE. 
Solomon Dunham, 
Amos Hosford, efq'rs. 

Briftol. 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, jun. 
Jofeph Eyington, efq'rs. 

Euft -Hartford. 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Welles, 
.Elilha Pitkin, 
Aflibel Pitkin, 
Richard Pitkin, 
Samuel Flagg, efq*rs. 

EnfiehL 
Eliphalet Terry, 
John Kevnolds, e&ft&. 

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EtJUVirJfer. 
William Wolcott, 
Frederick Ellfwortb, 
Rofewell Grant, efq'rs. 

FarmingtQn* 
Xchabod Norton, 
William JucM, 
Noadiah Hooker. 
John M*x, 
Tiino. Pitkin, jun. efq'rs, 

Glajlcntury. 
Philips Sclew, 
Jofiahfiule,. efq'rs. 

Gr ii?t by. 
Aiael Helcomb, 
Qzias Pettibone, 
judah Holcomb, j-un* 
Pliny Hiiiyer, 
Andrew Hi liver, 
jofepli Fai woo.<, 
Hez'h Holcomb, cfq'rs- 

liiirthni. 
Elizur Enfign, 
Uriel Holme 4, efq'rs. 

Gideon Granger,. 



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Thaddens Lea-vetC, 
An jos Granger, 
Oliver Phelps, 
Afael Hathaway, 
Samuel Hale, efq'rs- 

Seuthington* 
John Curtis, 
Tim. Clark, efq'rs. 

Simsbury. 
Daniel Humphrey?, 
Noah Phelps, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Reubc n Humphrey s,e*V r: 

Jfe.thersfi'I-.L 
Charles Church-]], 
SaMiuel W. Wiiliams, 
Jofeph Bulkley, ef^'rs. 

Winifir. 

Henry Allen, 
Solomon Grifwoid, 
Oliver Mather, 
Kezekiah Biflclf, 
rVbiel Grifwold, 
ijoiiah Biileii, efq'rs^ 






Thomas Y. Seymour, efq. JIM attorney. 



Practisin 

Hartford. 

Chauncey Goodrich, 
William Mofeley, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Ephraim Root, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Theodore Dwight, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
Willi ma £r#wn, cfq'rs. 



Grxfthy. 
Root, efq. 



Soutbington, 
Koger Whittlefev, efq. 

SuffielJ. 
Gideon Granger, jun. 
Hez'h Huntington, cfq'rs. 



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Sjtnibury, 
William Willifion, ef*. 

Wetbersfidd. 
John Williams, efq. 

Windfor* 
Hezekiah Biffell, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
Sargent, efq'rs. 

Wctbersfidd, ftieriff. 



Stephen Chefter, efq. 
Deputy Sheriffs. John Dodd, Simon Clark, Jonathan 
lanes, Hartford. Nathan Merrow, Eaji-Hartf&rd. Na- 
thaniel Chandler, Enfield. Komantha Norton, Farm* 
ington. Oliver Hanchctt, S:i$idd. David Phelps, Noah 
A. Phelps, Sij7isbury William Ruifeil, Simeon Grt£v old, 
George Wolc-of, Windfor. 

Jonathan Jane*;, Hartford, Goaler. 



COUNTY of NEW- HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Sanuiel Biihop, efq. Chief Judge. 
jofeph Hopkins, efq. I Gideon Buckingham, e£§> 

Andrew Ward, efq. { Simeon Briftol, efq. 

Abraham Bifhop, efq. Treafurer and Clerk* 



JUSTICES 

New- Haven, 
Samuel Bi/hop, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Daggett, 
Stephen Bail, 
Jofeph Darling, 
jofeph Bradley, 
Dyer White, 
Ne he mi ah Smith, 
EUizur Goodrich* efq'rs* 



of the PEACE, 
Branfpra*. 

Edward Ruffel!,"* 
Ebenezer RufTel, 
Jonah Clark, 
John Ruffe!, 
Orchard Gould, efo/FSr 

Chejhirt* 
Samuel Beech, 
Andrew HiUl > 



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William 'law, 

Pvufus Hitchcock, efq'rs 
Derby. 

EHphakt Hotchkifs, 

Thomas- Clark, 

John Humphrey?, 

Levi Xbmlinforij 

RufTelTomlinfon, efq'rs 

Durham. 
.Simeon Parfons, 
jban Parmelee, efq'rs. 

Eaft-Haven. 
. Jofiah Bradley, 

Samuel Davenport, efq'rs. 
Ham Jen . 

Bazil Munfon, 

John Hubbard, cfq'rs 
Guilford. 

Auguflus Collins, 

Thomas Burgifs, jun. 

Elias Graves-, 

William Starr, 

Miles M unger, 

Jonathan Todd, 

Henry Hill, 



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Milfcrd. 
Ephraim Strong, 
Lewis Mallett, 
Stephen Gunn, 
Ab'mV.H. Dewitt, efq'r: 

North Haven. 
Jofeph Pierpont, 
Samuel Mix, efq'rs. 

Walling ford. 
Oliver Stanley, 
Caleb Cook, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Brenton Hall, 
John M'Cleave, 
Sam. Woodruff, efq'rs.. 

V/atcrbury. 
John Welton, 
Phineas Porter, 
John Lewis, jun. 
Ethel Brunfon, efq'rs. 

IV oo Abridge* 
David French, 
Thomas Darling, efq'rs 

Wokott. 
Mark Harrifon, 



nenry nm, uuarjt narrnon, 

Ab'm Chittenden, jr. efq'rs.jCharles Upfon, efq'rs. 
Han- Jonathan Ingerfol, efq. fiate attorney. 



PRACTISING 

N*w-H~tven. 
Pierpont Edwards,. 
James HiHhoufe, 
William Hilihoufe,. 
EUzur Goodrich, 
David Daggett, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Dyer White, 
Iu*c Mills,, 



ATTORNIESo 

Nathan Smith, 
John Goodrich, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Levi Ives, jun, 
Samuel Wales, 
Elihu Munfon, efq'rs* 

Chefl)ire* 
George Hall, 
B. Beech, efq'rsr 



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Derby. 
Jefle Beech, efq. 
Guilford. 
Nathaniel RoiTeter, efq. 



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Waltintfori. 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Jelie Atwater, ei'q'rs. 

Iff 'ater bury, 
John Kingibury, efq. 



Jehu Brainerd, efq. Jberzf. 
Deputy Jh en Iff. John R. Throop, tfe-u Haven. Sel- 
rfen Spencer, Chefoire. Hezekiah Clark, Huntington, 
Ambrofe Cook, (V a I ling ford. 

Jofeph Peck, New-Haven, Goaler. 



COUNTY of NEW-LONDON. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. Chief Judge. 
William Noyes, efq. | Benjamin Coit, efq, 

Charles Phelphs, efq. | Marvin Wait, efq. 

WilHam Noyes, efq. Treafurer. 
Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. Clerk. 



JUSTICES c 

New-London . 
Jofbua Coit, 
Grifwold Avery, 
Jofepb Harris, 
Jeremiah G. Brainurd, 
George Williams, 
Jonathan Starr, 
Guy Richards, 
Elias Perkins, 
Samuel Wheat, efq's. 

Norwich. 
Elijah Backus, 
Chriflopher Leifingwell, 
Samuel Tracy, 
Rut us Lathrop, 



the PEACE. 

Samuel Leffingwell, 
Jonathan Huntington, 
John M'Breed, 
Andrew Tracy, 
Senja. Huntington, ju». 
Andrew Huntington, 
Elifha Hyde, 
Afa Spalding, efq'rs. 

Bozrah. 
Nehemiah Waterman, jun. 
Benjamin Throop, efq'rs. 

CoicbejUr. 
Daniel Foot, 
John Watrous, 
David Kilburn, 



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Henry Champion, jun. 
ElipHalet Bulkley, 
Ebenezer Lathrop, 
Joel Foot, efq'rs. 
Franklin, 
Eli Hyde, 
Silas Hartftiorne, efq'rs. 

Grot ojt. 
JSbenezer Ledyard, 
Amos Geer, 
Thomas Avery, 
Stephen Billings, 
Charles Eldridge, efq'rs. 

Lisbon* 
John Perkins, 
Ezra Bifhop, efq'rs. 

Lyme, 
Ezra Selden, 
Richard Wait, 
Andrew Grifwold, 
Seth Ely, 

Matthew Grifwold, jun. 
A fa Spalding, 

Practising 

Neii'- London. 
Jofhua Co it, 
Jeremiah G. Bi-ainard, 
Lyrnan Lav/, 
David Wright, 
Noah.Lefter, 
Jacob B. Gurley, efq'rs. 

Norwich, 
Jonathan Friibie, 
EHfha Hyde, 
Samuel Huntington, 2d. 
William S. Hart, 
James Lanman, 
Luther Spalding, efq'rs. 



David F. Sill, 
Mofes Warren, jun. efq J | 
( Montville, 

John G. Hillhoufe, 

J oihua Raymond, efq'rs J i 
Prefton, 

Samuel Mott, 

John Tyler, 

Jeremiah Halfey, 

Elias Brown, 

Daniel Morgan, jun, 

Nathaniel Lord, 

Oliver Crary, 

Ifaac Avery, efq'rs. . | 
Stonitigton, 

Nathaniel Miner, 

Jofhua Babcock, 

Elijah Palmer, 

Latham Hull, 

San ford Billings, 

Stephen Avery, 2d. efq'I 

efq. flute attorney, 
Attornies, 

Cckhefler, I 

William Town fend, 
Zaohariah Olmfted, 
B e nj . Trum bu 11, e fq' rs . | 

Gr&teti. 
Elima Williams, efq. 

Lyv*e. 
Matthew Grifwold, juntl 
Roger Grifwold, 
Kichard M'Curdy, 



David M. Jewettj 

Prefton. 

jjeremiah Halfey, 



efc/ 



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Nathan Peters, 

Stonington. 
Nathaniel- Miner, 



I Thomas Butler, 
Coddington Billings, efb/rj. 



Jofliua Huntington, efq. Norwich y Jheriff. 

Deputy Jherifs. William Richards, New-London. Be* 
laTeck, Norwich. Solpmon Scovel, Cokhefter. Lem- 
uel Lee, Lyme. William Williams, jun. Stonington. 

Coalers. Ebenezer Douglafs, New-London. Setif 
Miner, Norvic L ^ 816982 

COUNTY of FAIRFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Jofeph P. Cook, efq. Chief Judge. 
Lemuel Sanford, efq. j Samuel. W. Johnfon, efq. 

fl B. Bradley, efq. I Matthew Marvin, efq. 

Hon. Jonathan Sturgis efq. Treafuter. 
David Burr, efq. Clerk. 



JUSTICES 

Fairfield. 

\ndrev/ Row 1 and > 
lewis B. Sturges, 
.Valtcr Bradley, 
Ebenezer Jef up, 
Jofeph Strong, 
,'ofeph Noyes^ 
)avitl Allen, 
)avid Judah, efq'rs. 

ZW Vfygntt, 

rhomas Taylor, 

iliflia WhittWey, efo/rs. 



OF THE P E AC B; 

Urookfield. 
Amos Vv. heeler, 
Henry Peck* 
Daniel B. Cook, efq' rs. 

Greenwich. 
Amos Mead, 
abez Fitch, 
John M 4 K«,y, 
Benjamin Mead, efq'rs» 

Eliflia Mills, 

Agur Jndfon, 
Decdate SiJliman, 
Ebenezer Beagh, efq'rs* 



Ntr-walk. 
Eliphalet Lockwood, 
Thaddeus Betts. 
Job Bartram, 
Jofeph Silliman, 
Matthew Mead, efq'rs. 

Neiv-Fairfield. 
James Potter, 
Nehemiah Beardfley, 
Stephen Barns, 
Amos Bruin, efq'rs. 

Neivtoiin. 
William Edraond, 
David Baldwin, 
David Beers, efq'rs. 

Reading, 
Andrew L. Hill, 
James Rogers, 
William Heron, efq'rs. 

Rtdgfield. 
John Benedict, 
Daniel Cooley, 
jolhua King, 

Andrew Rowland, 



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William Forrefter, efq'rs 

Stamford. 
John Davenport, jun. 
Charles Webb, 
Reuben Scofield, 
David Maltbie, efq'rs. 

Stratford. 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah M'Euen, 
Jabez H. Tomlinfoa, 
Daniel Judfon, 
Abraham Brindfmade, 
Daniel Fairchild, 
Abijah Starling, 
Philip Nichols, 
Thaddeus Benedift, efq'rs 

Trumbull, 
Abijah Sterling, efq. 

Wepn. 
John Sherwood, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 
Nathan Wheeler, efq'rs, 
efq. ft Ate attorney. 



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PRACTISI 

Fairfield, 
David Burr, jun. 
Jofeph Noyes, 
Lewis B. Sturgis, 
Samuel Rowland, efq'rs 

D anbury, 
Eliftia Whittlefey, 
Mat. B. Whittlefey, efq'rs. 

Ne*wtoun. 
William Edmond, efq 

NoriLdlk. 
Taylor Sherman, 



NG ATTORNIES. 

Roger M. Sherman, efq'rs 

Reading. 
Seth S. Smith, 
Wm.H. Hawley,jtan. efq'rs 

Stamford, 
John Davenport, jun. 
JoelT. Benedict, efq'rs. 

Stratford, 
Thaddeus Benedict, 
Jofeph Walker, efq'rs. 

Wefxcu. 
Samuel B. Sherwood, efq 



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Elijah Abel, efq. A"Ti$ 

Z)^«ty At//j-. Jcirc JBsnedicT, Fairfield. Samuel 
/"ildnjan, jun. Danbury. Hezekiah Clark, Hunttttg- 
fe David Bsers, Neivto-wn. Matthew Read, Nor- 
's'ik. Aaron Morehpufe, Reading. Stephen Bilhoji, 
tiienford. 

Gtalers. JefTe Benedict, Fairfield. Frederic^ J. 
^biting, D anbury. 



COUNTY of WINDHAM, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. William Williams, efq. Chief Judge. 

Sbenezer Devotion, efq. I Hon. TVs Grofvenor, cfy. 

'.onftant Southworth, efq. | James Gordon, efq. 

James Gordon, efq. Treafurer. 

Samuel Gray, efq. Clerk. 



JUSTICES 

Windham. 

[on. EliphaJet Dyer, 
[ezekiah Manning^ 
[ezekiah Ripley, 
.ephaniah fc .\rift, 
"imothy Larabee, 
amuel Gray, 
ibez Clark, efq'rs. 

AJhford. 
meon Smith, 
bel 'Simmons-, jun. 
>hn Palmer, efq'rs. 

Brooklyn. 
tfeph Raker, 
)feph Scarborough, 
ime3 Eldrcdje, #fq'rs. 



or the PEACE. 

Canterbury. 
Sherebiah Butts, 
Daniel Fr«ft, 
Eliaftmb Adams, 
Mofes Cleveland, 
Elifha Paine, 
Luther Paine, 
Alexander Gordon, efq'rs. 

Hampt$a. 
Ebenezer Mofcley, 
Philip PeaYl, 
William Bennett, efq'r*. 

Killingly. 
Samfon Howe, 
Eleazer Moffat r, 
James Denifon, 
JEzra Hutchins, Bfy'rs*. 



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Leban&n* 



John Clark, 
James Pineo, 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
Peleg Thomas, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Daniel Tilden, efq'rs. 

Mansfield, 
Experience Storrs, 
Frederick Freeman s 
Jonas Baiey, 
JefTe Williams, efq'rs. 

Plainfield* 

William Dixon, 
Andrew Backus, 
JohnDouglafs^ 
JbfliuaDunlap, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Calvin Goddard, efq*rs. 



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Tomfret. 
Lemuel Ingals, 
Ebenezer Kingfbury t 
Lemuel Grofvenor, efq 1 

Sterling, 
Benjamin Dow, 
John Gaflon, 

Thompson, 
Jafon Phips, 
Thomas Dykes, 
Thaddeus Learned, ef^i 

Voluntoivn. 
Allen Campbell, 
Jofeph Wylie, efq'rs. 

Wcodflwk. 
Eliilia Child, 
fedidiah Morfe, 
Nathaniel Marcy^' 
John M^Clellan, 
Kehemiah Child, 
John Fox, efq'rs. 



Timothy Larabee, efq. flats aHinjey. 

Practising Attorn ies. 

W. P. Cleveland, efq'rs* 

Canterbury. 
Elifha Paine, efq. 
Plainfield. 
William Dixon, 
Calvin Goddard, efq'rj. 

Pomfret. 
Sylvsnus Bachus, efq. 

Woodflock. 
John rVT'Clellan, efq. 



Windham. 
Jabez Clark, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Samuel Perkins, 
Lebbeus Larabee, efq'rs. 

AJhford. 
William Perkins, 
Ilendricus Dow, efq'r*. 

Brooklyn. 
John Parilh, 



Shubael Abbee, Windham, fierif. 

Deputy fieri fs. Henry Webb, Windham. Jofe 
Burnham, Afrford. Waiter MougVj, Canterbury. Zte 



tr Conant, Mansftcli. Phineas Pierce, Thtnfidi. 
unei M'Clellan, Weodfiock. 

Frederick Larabee, Windham, goaty. 

COUNTY of LITCHFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Jofhua Porter, efq. Chief Judge, 
on. Henian Swift, efq. I Nathan Hal?, efq. 
on. Aaron Auftin, efq. [ David Smith, ef<^. 

Reuben Smith, efq. Treafmer. 

Frederick Wolcott, fq. Clftrfe 



JUSTICES 

Litchfield. 
'aac Baldwin, 
'apping Reeve, „ 
imes Morris, 
riah Tracy, 
)hn tiUeri) _ 
>hn Welch, 
lofes Seymour, efq'rs. 

Barkbcmpfied. 
>feph Wilder, 
Vael Jones, jun. 
imuel Hayden, efq'rs. 

Bethlehem. 
liver Parmelee, 
avid Ambler, 
avid Bellamy, efq'rs* 

Canaan. 
harles Burrall, 
amuel Forbes, 
onathaw Burrall, efq'rs 

Cokbrook. 
Elijah Rockwell, efq. 

' Cornwall % 
ohn Pierce, 



of the P E A C E. 

Judah Kellogg, 
Edward Rogers, efq'rs. 

Gojhen^ 
Afaph Hall, 
AdinoHale, efq'rs. 
Harrington. 
Mark Prindle,. . 
Daniel Catlin, efq'rs. 

Kent. 
Jethro Hatch, 
John Elliot, . 
Barzillai'SioiTon, efq'nfs. 

Hew- Hartford. 
Seth Spencer, 
Abraham Kellog, jr. efq'rs. 

Nt'*-Milfcrd. 
Sherman Boardman, 
Daniel Everett, 
Jpiiah Starr, 
Reuben Warner, jr. 
Philo Ruggles, efq'rs. 

Norfolk. 
'>iles Pettibone, 
A&hei Humphrey, efq'rs.. 



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Flyiiouth'. 
Daniel Potter, efq r 

■Sharon* 
David Downes, 
Jfaac Pardee, 
Ati£uftus Taylor, efq'rs. 

Southlurj. 
Benjamin Hinman. 
Kclward Hinman, 
Juftus Jobnfon, 
Berjamin Stiles, jun. 
Uiadrack Ofbom, efq'rs. 

Salisbury 
Lot Nortorr, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Samuel Lee, 
John Whittlefey, efc/rs.- 

Torrington. 
Epaphras- Snellen, 
Ffcubael Grifwold, 



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jfclifka Smith, efq'rs. 

Wiifbhigton. 
iDaniel N. Brinfmadey 
JDavid Whittlefey, 
jDavid Judfon, efq'rs* 

Winchefier. 
Eliphas Alvord, efq. 

Warren. 
Juftus Sacket, 
'Nathaniel Swift, 
John Tallmadge, efq'rsr 

Watertov.n. 
Thomas Fenn, 
fcliGurtis, efq'rs. 

Woodbury. 
Kezekiah Thompfon, 
Nathan Preflon, 
Curtis Hurd, 
Nathaniel Smith, efq'rs. 



Kon. Uriah Tracy, efq. ftate. attorney* 



Practising Attornies. 



Litchfield* 
Tapping Reeve* 
Ifaac Baldwin, juij.v 
ttftoraim Kirby,, 
Uriel holmes, 
Daniel W. Lswis, 
J redei irk Wolcott, 
Aaron Smith, 
Roger Skinner, 
David Parmelee, efq'rs. 

Bethlehem. 
David B. Ingerfoll, efq. 

Cdrtsav. 
John Elmer, 



Hefiry Berry, efq'rs. 

Kent. 
Barzillai Slaw (on, efq. 

Norfolk. 
Esmond Ak-ins, 
Aguft. Pettibone, efq'ifc.- 

New. Hartford. 
Jofhua Hen&aw, eiq. 

New-Mi If ord. 
Daniel Everitt, 
Samuel Boftwick, 
David S. Borcman, 

efq'rs. 



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Southlwy, 
Benjamin Stiles, jun; 
Simeon Hirirnan, efq'rs. 

Soar on. 
Judfon Canfidd, 
John C. Smith, efq'rs. 

Salisbury. 
Adonijah Strong, . 
Jofeph Caniielri, 2d. 
EHfha Sterling, eiY rs - 



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WaUrtoyn. 
Eli Curtis, 
Sam.Southmayd, jr. efq'rs. 

lVzJkingto?i. 
Daniel N. Brinfmad a , 
William Gogfwell, efq'rs. 

Woodbury* 
Nathan Prefcon, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B. Benedift, e r q*rs. 



Lynde Lord, efq. fieriff. 

Deputy fieri fs. Ozias Lewis, Litchfield. Amos 
Clark, Bethlehem. Frederick Phelps, Harucington. Sa- 
muel Comitock, jun. New -Mi If or d. Giles Pettibone, 
jun. Norfolk. Timothy Chittenden, jun. Salisbury. 
Elijah Wadfworth, goaicr. 



COUNTY of MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COURT. 



John Dickinfon, efq- Chief Judge. 
Ebeneser White, efq. I Jabez Chapman, efq, 

Hezekiah Lane, efq. | Jonathan L-^y, efq. 

Jonathan Lay, efq. Treafuror. 

Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. Clerk, 

JUSTICES or the PEACE. 



Middletoxvn. 
Hon. A(her Miller, 
Matthew Talcott, 
Comfort Sage, 
Ifaac Miller, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Samuel \V Dana, 



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Amos Churchill, 
Ifaac Gridley, 
Chauncy Whittlefey, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, efq': 

Chatham. 
Bryan Parmeiee, 
Idezekiah Goodrich., 



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Chauney Rulkley, 

Tames Bill, 

Ban'l Shepherd, jr. efq' 

Eaft-Haddam. 
timothy Gates, 
Ifrae'l Spencer, 
jehn Peroival ? 
Jfaac Spencer, jrm, 
El'phalet Holmes, 
]ooa. O: Mo&Iey, efVr 



Hezekiali B*atnWd, 

Nc- 1 1 e n 1 1 ah B ra i n a r d , 
Cornelius Higgins, 
fczraBraieard, 
JJUiw.&rtf Selden, efq'rs. 



KUlingtxQrth. 
George Elliott, 
Job Wright, 
Abraham Pierfon, 
Martin Lord, 
William Morgan, 
Jofeph Wilcox, 2 si* 
Bezaleel Briftol, efq'rs; 

Smhrook. 
jWilHam Hart, 
(Timothy Starkey, 
jedidiah Chapman, 
Samuel Tulley, 
Thomas Silliman. 
Samuel Hart, 
John Bull, 
Samuel Williams, efq'r 



Samuel W. Dana, efq. ftatt attorney. 



F ft A C T I S I N G AlTOR-NIES, 



MJdJkto-uti. 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Matthew T. RuiTeil, 
|i/ch Huntington, jr. efq's 

Eaft-Eadlirn. 
Jotfathaa O. Mofeley, 



Jared Spencer, efq'rs* 

Klllhjgxucrik 
None. 

Saybrsok, . 
Nont. 



Enoch Parfons, efq. Jbcrif. 

Deputy jfhcrijfs. William Gelfton, Kaft+Haii*mi\ 

George Morgan, Killing-north. Lemuel Lee, Lyme.A 
ik.nforth Clark, Sayhrook. 

Coalers. Not any, MiMUtoivn. William Sniit* 
lUdlim. Jofiah White, Chatham*- 



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COUNTY 



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oy TOLLAND. 



V THE PEACE. 

lElihu Marvin, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Samuel Gilbert, efq. Chief Judge. 
Jeremiah Ripley, ei<j. j Jercmiaft Weft, efq. 

Reuben Sikes, efq. | Jefle Cady, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jun. efq. Treasurer and Clerk. 

JUSTICES 

Tolland. 
Samuel Chapman, 
Samuel \Vkittkfey r ef^'rs 

Bolton. 
Samuel Carver,. 
Ichabod Warner, 
Oliver King, efq'rs. 

Coventry. 
Ephraim Kingibury,.- 
Benajah Strong, 
John Hale, 
Abraham Burnap, efq'rs. 

Ellington* 
Daniel hllfworth, . 
Matthew Hyde,. 
Levi Vv T ells, efq'rs. . 

Hebron., 
Elijah Kellogg, 

Sylveiler Gilbert, 



Benjamin Buell^. 
J ofeph Parker, 
Joel Jones, eiq'rsv 

S&mers* 
jeflfe Lad, 
Thomas Pitkin, efq'rs. 

Stafonh 
John Phelps, 
Eieaaer W. Phelps, efq'r*, 

V n't on, 
Solomon Wales, 
John Selfions, 
Samuel Crawford, efq'rs. 

Wellington* 
Samuel Dun ton,-. 
EU(ha Johnfon, efq'rs*".' 
efq. flute attorney. 



P R A C T LSI M G 
Tolland. 
Samuel Whittlcfey^., 
Jonathan Barns, 
V&Safii Cobb, efq'rs 



A,TT OR H I ET St 

Hebron. 
Elijah L. Lathrop, 
John T. Peters, efq'rs, 

Stajford. 
Eleazer W. Phelps, c%,~ 



Elijah Cbapjnan, j-un, e£\.Jber?f. 



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£ij>utjjherifs. William Cobb, Tolland. Johtt Gi ffl 
feert, Hebron. JeiTe Converfe, Stafford. 

W. Williams, Goaler. . 

Courts of Probate in Connecticut 



Judges. Diftritfs. Clerks. 

Hartford. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. Mr. James Welles, 

New -Haven. 
Samuel Bifhop. efq, Abraham Bifliop, efq, 

New-London. 
Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. Lyman Law, efqi 

Fairfield. 
Andrew Rowland, efq. Samuel Rowland, efq. 

Windham. 
Hon. W. Williams, efq. Mr. Thomas Williams. 

Litchfield. 
Frederick Wolcott, efq. Mr. Roger Skinner. 

Middletown. 
John Dickinfon, efq. Mr. Bezaleel Filk. 

Plainfield. 
James Gordon, efq. Mr. John Douglafs, jun 

Guilford. 
Edward Ruflell, efq. John Elliott, efq 

WOODBURY. 

Nathan Prefton, efq. Noah B. Benedict, efq 

Stamford. 
John Davenport, jun. efq. Ebenezer Davenport, efq 

Danbury. 
Hon. Jofeph P. Cook, efq. Mr. Jofeph P. Cook, jr 

East-Haddam. 
Ifaac Spencer, efq. Jared Spencer, efq. 

Norwich. 
Andrew Huntington, efq. Mr. Jofeph Huntington 



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Pom fret. 
«Ton. Tho's Grofvenor, efq. Lemuel Grofvenar, efq* 

Sharon. 
[ofhua Porter, efq. Mr. Peter B. Port#r. 

Stafford. 
John Phelps, efq. Eleazer W. Phelps, efq. 

Simsbury. 
tf&ah Phelps, efq. Mr. Noah A. Phelps. 

Stoning ton. 
harles PnelpG, efq. Mr. John Denifoa, $ii 

Farmington. 
rtoti. John Tread wel', efq. Mr. Martin Bull. 

Walungford. 
DJiver Stanley, efq. Mr. Hun Muofoif. 

Saybrook. 
Hezekiah Lane, efq. Mr. pan Latfe* 

Stratford*. 
.\obert Walker,- efq. Jofeph Walker, efq.. 

East-Windsor. 
Sliphakt Terry, efq. Mr. Arodi Wolcott* 

Waterbury. 
|»feph Hopkins, efq. Mr. JeiTe Hopkinsi 

Norfolk. 
jriles Pettibone, eiq. Afael Humphrey, efq* 

New-Milforo. 
Janiel Everit, e%. Philo Rugglesj efq. 

Hebron.. 
iamuel Gilbert, efq. Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. 



fhe following gentlemen were nominated by the Vote^ 
of the Freemen of this Slate, to ftand for EIe<5ti©« 
as Afliflants or Membexs of th§ Council in May 



His Excellency Oliver Wolcott, 
Honorable Jonathan Trumbull, 

iVilliam Williams, I William Hillhou&j' 

[ofeph Piatt Cook^ J John Tread well, 



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Ftager Newbury, 
Heman Swift, 
Jonathan Ingerfoll, 
Thomas Grofvenof f 
Thomas Seymour, 
Aaron Aufttn, 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, 



Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Tapping Reeve, 
Gideon Granger, jun. 
David Smith, 
Elias Perkins, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
William Mofely, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
William Hart, 



David Daggett, 
William Edmond, 
Hezekiah Biffell, 
Marvin Wait, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
John Davenport, jr. efq'r; 



OUTS. 

Samuel W. Johnfon, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Teremiah G- Brainard, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Henry Champion, 
Ephraim Kirby, 
Ebenezer Devotion, 
Nathan Hale, 
Afa Spalding, efq*rsu 



Attornies admitted at the Circuit Cour" 
in Connecticut* 



Pierpont Edwards, 
John Allen, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
William Brown, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Hezekiah BifiVlV 
David Burr, 
Jofeph Backus, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Jabez Clark, 
Jofhua Coit, 
Thomas Chefter, 
Judfon Canficld, 



efq. Diftrict Attorney* 
David Daggett, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Theodore Dwight,. 
Samuel W. Dana, 
John Davenport, jun. 
A. V. H.Dewitt, 
William Edmond,. 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Chauucey Goodrich^ 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
[Roger Grifwold, 



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Gideon Gsaflger, jun. 
James Hillhoufe, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Uriel Holmes, 
[•remiah Halfey, 
Samuel Huntington, 2d. 
William S. Hart, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Jonathan Ingorfoll> 
William Judd, 
lofvrell Judfon^ 
Rphraim Kirby, 
[. O. Mofeley, 
ivilliam Mofeley, 
[faac Mills, 
£noch Perkins, 
rimothy Pitkin, jun. 
fo.hn T. Peters, 
John Parifh, 
viatthew T. Ruffell, 
Sphraim Root, 



I Tapping Reeve, 
Philo Ruggles, 
Afa Spalding, 
Thomas Y. Seymouv, 
JohnC. Smith, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Nathan Smith, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Benjamin Stiles, jua. 
John Trumbull, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Willifton, 
David Wright, 
Samael Woodruff, 
Dyer White, 
John Williams, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
Samuel Whittle fey, 
Eliftia Whittlefey, efq'rs. 



Notaries Public* 



In Hartford. $ gg* Per ^ ns > *# r . 
£ i heodore Dwight, efq. 

New Haven, Elizur Goodrich, efq* 

New-Londou. Lyman Law, efq. 

Korwichj Samuel Huntington, 2d, efq. 

Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, efq. 

Litchfield* Frederick Wolcctt, efq. 

Middletown, Matthew T. Rufiell. efq. 

Lyme, William Noyes, efq. 

Prefton, Samuel Mott, efq. 

Woodftock, Jedidiah Morfe, efq. 

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C O L L E G E S. 

Yale College, in New-Baven. 
Pvev. Timothy Dwtght, D.D. Prefidenfc- 

FELLOWS. 

Eliphalet Williams, D-D. | David Ely, 
Nathaniel Taylor, j Nathcra William.';, 
Timothy Pitkin, I Hezekiah Ripley, 
Enoch Huntington, | Levi Hart. 
Jofiah Whitney, | 

The Governor, Lieutenaut-Govcrnor, and fix feiiior 
Council, together with the foregoing Fellows, Cttofti- 
tute the Corporation. 

Jofiah Meigs, Frofejfor of Mathematics and Natunl 
Philofophy. 

Vacant, Profejjhr §f Divinity. 

TUTORS. 

Jeremiah Atwater, 4th, />#-?Dan Huntington, 
ior Tutor and Librarian. 5Zachariah Lewis* 
James liillhoufe, Treasurer. 
Jeremiah Atwater, Ste-uard. 
John Niles, Butler, 
fommencement, fecond Wednefuay in September. 
Vacations : From Commencement fix weeks; and frf>na 
the fecond Tuefday in January, thiee weeks ; and 
from the fixth of May, three weeks. 

At the commencement in 1797, the degree of Bachelor 
of Arts was conferred on 



Jofiah B. Andrews, 
David Atwater, 
'Henry Baldwin, 
Lyman Beecher, 
William Benedict, 
J ofeph Billing?, 



Ezra Bradley, 
Ifrael Brainerd, 
Diodate Br©ckway, 
Bennet Bronfon, 
Rufus Bunnell, 
Elifha Cbapmun^ 
E a 



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Bethel Juctl, 
A fa Lyman, 

Sylveiter Maxwell^ 
James Murdock, 
John Niles, 
William P ;ge, 
Horatio Seymour, 
Theodore Sill, 
Richard Smith, 
:>eth Staple?, 
{Theodore Strong, 
Ephraim T. Woodruff. 



Afalicl C'ark, 
Sjlvefter Daaa, 
Thomas Day, 
Warren Dntton, 
Timothy Field, 
William L. Foot, 
Samuel A. Foot, 
Charles Goodrich, 
George Griifin, 
Ira Hart, 
Hpraei Hine, 
Jirah -Ifhr.m, 
Ezra Ives, 

And the degree of A. M. was conferred on 



>hn P. Auftir, 
Clark Evown, 
Jehu Clark, 
John Elliott, 
Elijah Grid by, 
Dan Huntington, 
Zechariah Lewi?, 



liaac Lewis, 
Samuel Mather, 
Benjamin D. Perkins, 
Oliver L. pnelps, 
John Smith, graduates 
Daniel Story, of Dartmouth 
(Colhge. 



The honorary degree of Matter of Arts was confer- 
red on Benjamin Woolfey Rogers, of New-York, and 
en the hon. Heman Swift, a Fellow of the College. 

The degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred on the 
hon. Jonathan Trumbull, lieut governor of this irate. 

The degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred oa 
the Rev. David Ofgood, minifter of the gcfpel in Med- 
ford, Maflachufetts. 

The degree of Doctor of Diviuity was conferred on 
the Rev. Abraham Jarvis, biihop elect oi the epiieopai 
church of Connecticut. 

The degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred on 
the Rev. Richard Wat:on, Lord Bilhop of 1. and uif. 

harvard Univeriity, in Cambridge. 
Rer. Jofeph Willard, DD. and L.L.D. Preiident* 



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Comma:cciM?it, the third Wednefday in July, 
Vacations : From Commencement, four weeks, 
From the third Wednefday in October, two weeks. 
From the firft Wednefday in January, five weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in April, two weeks. 

Rhode-Ifland College, at Providence. 

Hon. Jabez Bowen, Efq. Chancellor. 

Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, Prefident. 

Vacations : From the firft Wednefday in September, 

bur weeks ; from the firft Wednefday in January, fix 

veeks; and from the firft Wednefday iia May, three 

irecks. 



Dartmouth College, in New-Hampfhire. 

John Wheelock, L.L.D. Prefident. 
Commencement, the fourth Wediisfday in Auguft. 

William* 1 College, Berkshire County, MaflT. 

Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, Prefident. 

Stephen Weft, D. D. Vice PrefideBt. 

Commencement, the firft Wednefday in September^ 

Minifters <& J Churches 

Iw the STATE op CONNECTICUT* 



Hartford. 

Rev. Nathan Strong, 
Abel f'hn-t, 
N than Perkins, 
Vacant-, E. & B 

$iHtn, John Smalley, 
Ekiioni Upicn, 



County of Hartford. 

Nat ri an Fenn. 
3rijhl, Giles H. Cobles, 

Jonathan Miller. 
Eafi-HurtforJ, 

Eli ph. Williams, D-Dt. 

Vacant, 

Cariito. Miner, £», 



£ S6 1 



David M'Clure, 

Vacant. 
EtfcM) Nehem. Pruddcn, 

Vacant, C 

W&rmington, Jof. Wafhburn 

Rut us HawUy. 
GIaftenl>ury y \Vm> Lock wood 

James Eells. 
Gran by j Ifaac Porter, 

White field Cowles. 
Soutblngton^ 

William Robinfon, 

Vacant, B. 



Plurality, 

Sufficld, Ebenezer Gay, 

Daniel Waldo, 

John Haftings, 

Simsbury, Samuel Stebbi. 
Jeremiah Hallock, 
Ambrofe Todd, 

W ether sfield, John Marfh 
Jolliua Belding, 
Calvin Chapin. 

Windfor, 

Henry A. Rowland 
Wiliiam F. Miller, 
Vacant. 



County of New^Haven. 



New-Haven. 
Rev. James Dana, D.D. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Bela Hubbard, E 

Vacant, 

Noah WLiiiilon, 

Plurality, E 

Stanford, 

Lynda Huntington, 

Mitthew Noyes, 

Samuel Eells, 

Vacant. E 

Ch:Jhire, John Foot, 

Reuben Ives, E, 

Derby, Amafa Porter, 
Rich. Mansfield, DD. E, 

David Browafon, 

Abnar Smith. 
Pur bam 9 Vacant. 
ft. Havt* t Nicholas Street, 



Vacant, 
Guilford, Amos Fowler, 

]ohn Elliott, 

Thomas W. Bray, 

Simon Backus, 

Plurality, . 
Kamien, V r acant. 
Milford, Beza Pineo, 

David Tullar, 

Vacant, 
Vortb-tlaven, 

Benj. Trumbull, D-". 

Vacant, 3 

W 'ailing j "or d, James Noye« 

John Willard, 

Aftbel Hofmer, 

Vacant, 

Vacant. 
'VuZerhury, Vacant, 

Till'otfon Brunfon, 1 

Abraham FojtUf 



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Vtddbridgc, 

David L. Beebe, 



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Stephen Hawley. 
Wolcott, If. B. Woodward. 



County of New-London. 



New-London. 
Rev. Henry Charming, 

Charles Seabury, E 

Zadock Darro\r, B 
B9zrah, Jonathan Murdock, 

Peter Rogers, B. 

Colchefter, Salmon Cone, 

Robert Robbins, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 
Franklin, Samuel Nott. 
Qrqton, Aaron Kinne, 

Vacant, 

Silas Burrows, B 

Vacant, C 

Lisbon, David Hale, 

Andrew Lee. . 
Lyme, Lathrop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 



E. 



David Higgins, 

Jafon Lee, 

Daniel Miner, 
Montvilh, Rozel Cook, 

Reuben Palmer, 
Norwich, Jofeph Strong, 

John Tyler, 

Walter King. 
Prefton, Lemuel Tyler, 

Levi Hart, 

Vacant, 

Paul Park, 
Sionington, 

Hez. N. Woodruff, 

Vacant, 

Chrifto. Avery, 

Eleazer Brown, 

Simeon Brown, 

Val. W. Ratlibun, 



C, 



County of Fairfield. 



Fairfield. 
Rev Andrew Elliott. 

Hezekiah Ripley, 

Vacant, 

Philo Shelton, E. 

Vacant. 
Broo l fi:ld, Thomas Brooks, 

Plurality, E. 

Dtnbun, Timo. Langdon, 

John Ely, 



Vacaat, E. 

Eben. White, Sandi. 

Bronfon, B« 

Greenwich, Vacant, 

Ifaac Lewis, D.T>* 

Plurality, &. 

Huxiit?gton, David Ely, 

Elilha Rexibrd, 

Vacant, E. 

N. Fair field } Msdad Roger*, 



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Vacaat, 
Nendo** n-, Vacant, 

Philo Perry, E. 

Nor walk, Matthias Burnet, 

Wm. Smith, DrD. E. 

Aaron Woodward, 

fuftus Mitchell. 
Read;/!*, Nath'J Bmlett, ? 

Joaa. Bartiett, jun. 5 

Vacant, E. 

RjdfpfieU; Sain'] Goodrich, 

Samuel Camp, 

Vacant, B. 



Vacant, Ev 

Stamford, Daniel Smith, 

Piatt Buffett, 

Eben. Dibble, D.D.. E. 

Ebenezer Ferris, B. 
Stratford, 

Stephen W. Stebbins,- 

I?,rahiah Wetmore, 

Vacant, 

Ambel Baldwin, E. 
Wefxon, James Johnibny 

John Noyes, 



County of Windham. 



Windham. 
Kev. Elijah Waterman, 

James CogTwell, D-D. 

John Palmir, C. 

Benjamin Lathrop, B. 
Afcforl, Enoch Pond, 

Andrew Judfon, 

William Storrs. 
Br9$ktyn^ [oiiah Wkitncy,. 

Daniel Fog*, ' E. 

Canterbury, Solo. Morgan, 

John Staples. 
Hampton, Ludov. Weld, 

Vacan*, B. 

%.ilung!j, Eiiflia Atkins, 

Day, C. 

Lebanon. Zebu Ion Ely, 



Vacant, 

Thomas Brockway, 

John Gnriey, 

Chrifto. Palmer, B 
Mmsfitld, John S'aerman, 

Mofes C. Wefeji. 
PUirf.ld, Joe! BenedieT:. 
Pi>ufr\'t, Aaron Putnam, 

Fogg, £, 

\'v alter Lyon, 

Oliver Dodge. 
Thswpjht, Vacant, 

John Martin, 
Voluntoi'-n, Micirn Porter* 
iVaodfiQck, Eliph Lyman, 

William Graves, 

Vacant. 



Be 



County of Litchfield. 

Lite' Ji Id. 1 Amos Chafe, 

Rev. Judah Champion, David Butler, 



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fS.irkhempfterf, Ozias Eel Is, 

Ezia Woodworth. 
Bt//;A'w, Azel Backus* 
Canaan, Daniel Farrand, 

Jofhua Knapp, 

Vacant, . C 

lohbrook, J. Edwards, D.D. 
"ornivail, Ifrael Holly. 
lojhcn, Afahel Hooker. 
Hartlandy Aaion Church, 

Nathaniel Gaylord. 
Harwznton, Jofli. Williams. 
Kent, Joel Boardwell. 
V.Hartf$rd, E- D. Griffing, 
New- Nath'l Taylor, J 



$haron y Cotton M. Smith. 
SoutBbmrjy Benj. Wiklinan, 

Vacant. 
Torriwton, A'lex'r Gillet, 

Samuel J. Mills. 
Warren, Peter Starr. 
IVaflingtotij 

Dan Brinfmade, 

Jeremiah Day, 

Edward Porter. 
WaterU-im, Uriel Gridlet, 

Simon V/aterman, 

Chauncy Prindle, K* 
Winch c ft er, Vacant, 

Publius V* Boege. 



YLilfori, Stanl. Grifwold, 5 Woodbury, Noah Benedict, 

Truman Marfh, E. Thomas Canfieid, 

Norfolk, Ammi K>. Rob'uius.j Vacant, £. 

urffikury 7 Vacant. 



County 

MidJhtoivn. 
lev. Enoch Huntington, 

Abra'm Jarvis, d-d. E. 

Geriliom Balkley, 

Vacant, 

Thomas Miner, 

David Huntington, 

Jofeph Graves, C 

E^-H^^<//7,'£lijahParfons, 

Wiliiam Lyman, 

Jofeph Vail, 

Vacant, B. 

Solo. Blakeflee, E. 
Chatham, Cyprian Strong, 



of Middlefex. 



Joel Weft, 

David Selden, 

Solomon Wheat, B 

Plurality, E 

HdddaMj Eleazer May. 
KillingixQtth, 

Achilles Mansfield, 

Henry Ely. 
Saybreok, F* W* Hotcbkifs, 

Richard Ely, 

John Devotion, 

Samuel Mills, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 



E. 



[ 

County 

Tolland. 
Rev. Nathan Williams. 
Bolton, George Colton, 

Ebenezer Kellog. 
Cov entry, Abicl Abbott, 

John L. Skinner, 

Royal Tyler. 
Ellington, Jofhua Leonard. 
Hebron^ Amos Baflett, 



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of Tolland. 



Vacant, 

Vacant; % 

Somers, Charles Backus, 
Stafford, John Willard, 

Ifaac Fofter, 

Vacant. 
Union, David Avery, 
Willington, Abiihai AW«n, 

David Lillybridge, 



COMMITTEES. 

Standing Committee, of the General Afjocintion, to correj 
fond -with the Brethren of the Cougregation-.il and Pre] 
byterian Churches. 
The Rev. Enoch Huntington, Dr. Timothy Dwight 

Andrew Elliot. 

Standing Committee to Certify the good Qitalifications t 

Preachers travelling from the Limits of the Gener* 

Affociation, into the Limits of the Presbyterian Church e. 

Dr. Nathan Williams, Tolland. Nathaniel Tayloi 

New -Mil ford. Thomas W. Bray, North-Gailibrc 

Dr. Eliphalet Williams, Eaft-Hartibrd. Dr. Benjami 

Trumbull, North-Haven. William Robinfon, iSoutl 

ington. John Devotion, Saybrook. Levi Hart, Pre 

ton. David Ely, Kipton. Br. Ifaac Lewis, Greer 

wich. Elijah Watermau, Windham. 

Committee to fuperiutend the Mijfims into the New 

Settlements. 
Dr. Dana, Dr. Edwards, Dr. Trumbull, Dr. N. Wi| 
liams, Mr. T. W. Bray, and Mr. Hart. 

Vommittee of Corrcfpondence on the SnhjeCf of a MijfioiM 

ary Society. 

Dr. Dwight, Dr. Dana, and Dr. TrumburU 



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LICENSED PREACHERS, 

eturned to the General Affiliation, by the particular 

Afibciations, June, 1797- 
braham All vn, « dained paflor of a church in 

>hn Sherman, Derby, Conn. 

laac fanes, Eliphalet Nott, 

joger Harrifon, David Hill, 

Iraftus Ripley, Zachariah Lewis, 

ephen Williams, Ifaac Lewis, 

liraothv Williams, ft/tee or- Marfhfield Steel, 
pined in Mufachufetts. Zachariah More, 
Komon Spalding, fence or- Jofeph Fields. 
The next General Affociation is to be holden in He- 
on, at the houfe of the F v cv. Mr. Ballet, on the 3i 
ucfday of June, 1 79^- 



Cliefhire Academy, 



Rev. Dr. John Bowdem, Principal. 

Mr. Horatio Seymour, Affiitant. 

"fef Account of the Epifcopal Academy, at Chejbire, Con* 

ITS Institution is under the immediate direction 
of twenty -one Truftees ; nine of them clergy- 
t ! en, the remainder laymen, who may be of any deno- 
ination of chriftians j but in the I aft refort, is under 
ic controul of the Convention of the Epifcopal Church, 
ine Truftees form a Board, of which the BilhopW, 
I officio, Prefident, and the Principal, Vice-Prendent. 
'he Principal, by the Conftitution of the Academy, is 
flle&ed by the Convention, and muft be a Clergyman of 
le Prat eft ant Epifcopal Church : The Afliftant, or Af- 
lants, are elected by the Truftees, and may be of any 
emulation. The Pupils arc inftru&ed in all thine > 
F 



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ivhich farm, a common, or a learned Education ; an) 
the Englifh Language, in its Grammar, Etymologi 
and Pronunciation-, is in a very particular manner, sf ■} 
tended to. — The Bufinefs of the Day, is opened in tr 
Morning, and clofed in the Evening, with Prayers,- 
and the whole Government of the Academy is regulj 
ted by a judicious Body of Statutes. 

The Academy-Building, is of Brick, and capable ^ 
containing, with convenience, ISO Pupils. 

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SOCIETIES. 

donne&icut Cincinnati Society Officers, 

Col. Benjamin Talrnadge, Prefident. 

Major Ephraim Kirby, Vice-Prefident. 

Mr. Henry Daggett, jun. Secretary. 

Capt. Nathan Beers, Trea furer. I 

Col. Jofeph Walker, Affiftant- Secretary. 

Gen. Jofeph Wilcox, Afliftant-Treafurer. 

The folh-wing are a Committee, to inborn all Applicatior 

for Relief from the Funds of the Society , are to be made 

Hartford County. 

Capt. Samuel W. Williams, Col. John Mix. 

New- Haven County. 

Capt. Nathan Beers, Mr. Stephen Allen. 

New-London County. 

Gen. Ebeneter Huntington, Col. David F. Sill. 

Fairfield County. 

Col. Timothy Taylor, Capt. Salmon Hubbell. 

Windham County. 

Gov. Trumbull, Col. Thomas Grofvenor. 

Litchfield County. 

Gen. David Judfon, Capt. Elijah Wadfwortli. 

Middlefex. County. 
Gen. Jofeph Wilcox, Capt. Elijah Hubbard. 



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Tollmd CoHtity. 
Col. Elijah Chapman, Mr. Porter Walbridge. 

ComnecYicut Medical Society Officers. 

ENEAS MUNSON, Prefident. 

James Potts r, Vice Prefident^ 

Daniel Sheldon, Secretary. 

Mafon F. Cogfwell, Treafurer. 
Lemuel Hopkins, ^ 
Eliakim Fifh, J Examining 

Daniel Sheldon, > 

John Ofborne, N Committee.. 

Mafon F. Cogfwell,-' 

SOCIETY of FREE-MASONS. 

IfTiefcRS of the Grand Lodge of Conne&i- 

cut, elected May, A-L. 5797* 

Molt Worftiipful William Judd, Grand- Matter. 

Right Y/orihipful Samuel Wyllys, D.G.M. 

WorOiipful Ephraim Kirby/s.G.W. 

Worihipfu! EliphaletBulkley, J.G.W. 

Henry Champion, GT. 

John Mix, G.S. 

Samuel Bellamy, S.G.D. 

David Daggett, J.G.D. 

Mofes Cleveland, G. Marfhal. 

Daniel Holbrook,. G. Sword Bearer. 

Rev. Aflibel Baldwin, G. Chaplain. 

Chapters of Royal Arch Mafons } in the 

State of Connecticut. 

I 

Hiram Chapter , Neiiio-wn* 
Moft Worfhipfial David Baldwin, Efq. HP, 



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Solomon Chapter, Derby. 

Moft Worfhipful JelTe Beach, Efq. H.P. 

Wajhington Chapter, Middlctown. 

Moft Worfhipful Stephen T. Hofmer, Efq- H.P. 

Franklin Chapter, Norwich. 

Moft Worfhipful Eliflia Tracy, H.P. 

Vander Broek Chapter, Colchefter. 

Moft Worfhipful Eliphalet Bulkley, Efq. H.P. 

Franklin Chapter, New-Haven. 

Moft Worfhipful Peter Johnfon, H.P* 



Lodges in the State of Connecticut* 



Hiram, No. I. New-Haven. 

St. John's, 2. Middletown. 
St. John's, 3. Newfield. 
St. John's, 4- Hartford* 
Union, 5. Greenwich. 
St. John's, 6. Norwalk. 
K. Solomon's, 7. Woodbury. 
St. Jehu's, 8. Stratford. 
Gompaf?, 9. Wallingford. 
Woofter, 10. Colchelter. 
. St. Paul's, 1 1. Litchfield. 
King Hiram, i2. Derby. 
Montgomery, 13. Salisbury. 
Frederick* H- Farmington. 
Moriah, *5 Wind. County. 
Temple, 16. Chefhire. 
Federal, J 7- Watertown. 
Hiram, 18. Newtown. 
Wafhingt'on, 19. Huntington 
Harmony, 20. Berlin. 
St. Peter's, 2 I. N. Milford. 
Hart's, 22. Woodbridge. 



St. James's, 23. Preftoa;- 
Uriel, 24. Tolland. 
Columbia, 25. Stepney. 
Columbia, 26. E. Haddam 
Riling Sun, 27. Wafhingtoj 
Morning btar, 28. Eair.- 

Windfor. 
Iviiiage, 29.Weft-Simfbur; 
Day Spring, 30. Hamden. 
Union, 31. New-London. 
Meridian Sun, 32. Warrei 
Friendship; 33.Southingtoi 
Somerfet, 34- Norwich. 
Aurora, 35. Havwinton. 
St. PJaik's, 36. Granby, 
Weftern Star, 37. Norfoll 
St. Alban's, 38. Guilibrd.1 
Ark, 39. Weiton. 
Union, 40. Danbury. 
Federal, 41- Brookfield 
Harmony, 42. Waterbury. 
Trinity/ 43- Killiiiftwortk 



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©fficers of the Grand Lodge in the 
State of Rhodc-Ifland. 

Moft Worftiipful Jabez Bowen, G.M. 

Right Worfhipful Peleg Clarke, D.G.M. 

Worfhipful Chriftopher Olney, S.G. W. 

Worfhipful George Sears, J.G.W. 

Jofeph Tiliinghaft, GT. 

John Harvey, G.S. 

Ephraira Bowen, jun. S.G.Dv 

John L. Bofs, j.G.D. 

Jabez Champlin, G.M. 

Gerihom Jones, G.S.B. 



BANK S» 



HARTFOUD BANK. 

John Caldwell, Efq. Prefident* 
Hezekiah Merrill,. Cafhier. 



BRflrs. John Caldwell,. 

John Morgan, 

Ephraim Root, 

George Goodwin,, 

P*leg Sanford, 



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Elias Morgan, 
William Mofeley 
Thomas Bull, 
Ezekiel Williams, jun. 



UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Jedidiah Huntington, Efq. Prefident* 
John Hallam, Caihier. 

D r r e c t o r s. 



MefPrs. Jed Huntington, 
Jofeph Howland t 
William Stewart, 
Samuel \^oodbridge, 



Jonathan Starr,. 
Jofeph Perkins, 
Richard W. Parkifl^ 
Bela Peck, 



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George Hal lam, 
Cbriflo. Leffingwell, 
Marvin Wait, 



Gurdon Bill, 
Guy Fucharsfo 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

David Austin, Efq. Prefident. 
William Lyon, Cafliier. 

DIRECTORS. 



MeiTrs. David Auftin, 
Ifaac Beers, 
Timothy Phelps, 
Jofeph Drake, 
Th&ddeus Beecher, 



Stephen Ailing, 
David Daggett, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Ebenezer Peck. 



« NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Efq. PrefideBt, 
Hezekiah Perkins, Cafliier. 

directors. 



MefF. Ebeit. Huntington, 
Daniel Dunham, 
Elias Brown, 
Thomas Fanning, 
Thomas Lathrop, 
-Elijah Houfe, 
o£hua Huntington, 



Jabez Huntington, 
Luther Payne, 
Benjamin Snow, 
jofeph Williams, 
John Taintor, 
Jabez Perkins. 



RATES of POSTAGE, 

For letters conveyed by land, fingle, double, and tri] 



Single letters 33miles, 6cts. 

6o 8 cents. 

joo 10 cents. 

15a \2\ do. 

200 15 do. 

Double letters are double, and triple letters, tr 

of tkefc rates. A f>ackst of the ^yeight of one our 



Letters, 250 miles, 1 7 < 

350 20 

450 22 ! - 

More than 45° 25 j . 



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at the rate of four Tingle letters, and in like proportioa 
for one of a greater weight. 

No allowance to be made for internlediate miles. 

Single letters pafling by fea, in packet boats, tho 

f>roperty of the United States, 8 cents each; double 
etters, 16 cents; and triple letters, 24 cents. All 
letters or packets by private velfels, 4 cent3 each, with 
the addition of poftage, if deftined to any other place 
than where the velfel may arrive. 

No vellel can be permitted to report, make entry, 
or break bulk, until the Mailer has delivered to the 
Poll Mafter all the letters brought in his vettel, except 
tfeofe for the owner or confignee. 



DUTIES. 

Articles on which Duties are payable at their Imported 

tion into the United States, with Rates of 

Irapoft/; alphabetically arranged. 

ARMS, fire and fide, not otherwife 
enumerated, free to the 14th of 
June, 1798. i$pr.cent.(idTtal. 

Ale, Beer and Porter in calks and 

bottles, Scents pr. gallon; 

Artificial flowers, feathers and other 

ornaments for women's heads, *5pr. cent, ad vaj, 
Annifeed, - - - - 1 5 ditto. 

Anchors, 10 

Brafs, iron and fteel locks, hinges, 
• hoes, anvils and vifes. 10 

—All other manufactures of brafs, 15 
Bricks and tiles, 15 

Boots, - 7 5 cents per pair* 

Books, blank, - - 10 pr.centMwU 

Bottles in which liquor is imported, 10 



Buttons, all kinds, 15 

Buckles, ihoe and knee, . 15 

Brulhes, - - - 10 

Cannon, free to 14th of June, '98. 15 
Cards, playing, - - z$ cents per p* 

Cirds, \yool and cotton, - 50 cents per d\ 

Cables and tarred cordage, 180 cents per ci 

Cabinet wares, - - ispr.ecnt.advt 

Carpets and carpeting, 1 5 

Cartridge paper,. - - 15 

Candles, of tallow, - 2 

Candles, of wax or fpermaceti^. 6 Cents ptr lb. 

Capers, - lypr cent, ad v< 

Canes, walking fticks and whips, 10 
Gambricks,, - - 10 

Cheefe, - - ~ 7 cents per lb'. 

China ware, - -j ~ '£ i$pr cent.advt 

Cinnamon, cloves,, currants and com- 
fits,, 1.5 
Chintzes and colored calicoes or muf- 
lkis, and printed, ftained or colored 
goods or manufactures of cotton or 
of linen, or of both, or of which 
cotton or linen is the material 0/ 
chief value, - - 12 and half. 
Cocoa, .... % { centsper Ih 
Chocolate, •*...«■ 3 
Cordage, tarred* r I&* cents per cy 
Cordage and yarn untaxred, 225 
Cofmetics,. - - ispr cent.aivf 
Coal, - scents prbujk 
Copper manufactures, - ispr.cent.advi 
Coffee, - - - 5 cents per #4 
Cotton, 3 
Cotton or linen manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linen is 
the material of chief value. \2\pr % fictft.tdv* 
Clo cks & w at Chester parts of eitbe r, 1 & 



Coaches, chariots, phaetons, chairs, 
chaifes, folos or other carriages, 20 

Cloathing ready made, - 10 

CutlafTes, free to 14th June, '98, 15 

Dentrifice powders, tindtures, prepa- 
rations and compofitions for the 
teeth and gums, - - i$pr cent.ai vth 

Dolls, drefTed and undrefTed, 15 

Drugs, medical, (except thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying.) 15 

Fans, 15 

Fayal wine, - - . 2 cents per gall. 

Feathers and other ornaments for wo- 
men's head drefTes, - - 15 pr. cctit % ad vah 

Fringes, commonly ufed by upholfter- 
ers, coachmakers and faddlers, 15 

Figs and dates, - 15 

Flowers, artificial, - « 15 

Floor cloths and mats, - 15 

Fruits of all kinds, - • IJ 

Glafs, black quart bottles,, 10 

—— window glafs, - - 15 

—all other'glafs and manufactures, 
thereof, 20 

Glauber falts, 200 cctets per civt* 

Gauzes, n ^ 10 pr cent, ad vat. 

Ginger, - - 15 

Gloves of leather, &c. 15 

all other gloves and mittens, 15 

Gold, iilver and plated ware, 15 

Gold k (liver lace, &: plated ware, 15 

Goods, wares and merchandize im- 
ported direftly from China or India 
in ihips or vefibls not of the United 
States, except Teas, China ware, 
and all other articles liable to higher 
rates or duties, 12 J 



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Goods, wares and merchandize not 
herein otherwife particularly eau- 
me rated and defcribed, 19 

Glue, - . i$ 

Gunpowder, free to 14th June, '98, 10 

Girandoles, - - 20 

Hangers, free to 14th June, '98, 15 

Hair-powder, * - 15 fr text, *& vat 

Hats— of beaver, felt^ wool, or a mix- 
ture of either of them, 15 

—all other hats, caps and bonnets, 1 5 

Hemp, - - 100 cents per cwf 

Indigo, - - 25 cents per lb. 

Iron, caft, flit and rolled, - i$pr*cent. adva$ 

—all other manufactures of iron, 
fieel, or brafs, or of which either 
of thefe metal's is the article of chief 
value, not being otherwife particu- 
larly enumerated. - 15 

Jewellery and paitework - 15 

Lace, of gold and liiyer, - 15 

Laces and lawns, - 1© 

Laces, lines, fringes, taflfels and trim- 
mings commonly ufed by uphoKter- 
ers, coachmakers and faddlers, 15 

Lampblack, - 10 

Leather, tanned and tawed, and all 
Manufactures pf Leather, or qtf 
which leather is the article of chief 
value, not otherwife particularly 
enumerated, - - 15 

Lead and mufket balls, free to the 

i4thofJune f i79#, - - 1 cent per pwni 

All other manufactures of lead 
or in which lead is the chief article, 1 
Lemons and limes, - 1 $per tent ad lal 

Linen or cotton manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cetton or linen is 



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the material of chief value, printed 
itained or colored, 1 2 & half. 

—not printed, ftained or colored, 10 
Lifbon and Oporto wines, - 25 tents ptr ptl* 

Looking glafs, - • 20 pr cent.advtkU 

Mats and floor cloths, - 15 

JMalt, - - - 10 untsptr bttfc 

rarble, Hate and other ftone, brick?, 
tables, mortars, and other utenfils 
of marble, flate, and other ftone 
ware t$pr cent.sdiml. 

Mace, - - - j 5 

Medical drugs, except thofe common- 
ly ufed in dying, - 15 

Merchandize, goods and wares import- 
ed directly from China or India in 
veflels not of the United States, ex- 
cept teas, China ware and other ar- 
ticles liable to higher duties, 12 & ha-tf. 

Merchandize, goods and wares not 
herein otherwise particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, 10 

Millenery ready made, 15 

Mobiles, - - 4 cents per jvj#. 

Mufkets and firelocks with bayonets, 
to the fame, free to 14th June, '98, 15 per ct. aditah 

— - without bayonets, - 15 

Muftard in flour, - - 15 

Muflins and muflinets, - 1 2 &■ half 

Mails, - - •■•■• 2 cents per lb. 

Nankceas, - - \i\pr ct. ad val. 

futmegs, - - J 5 

ranges, - - 15 

jlivesandOil, - 15 

3porto and Lifbon wine, - 25 cts. per galhn. 

n aper hangings, - - isperct, ad vaL 

aper, writing and wrapping, - 10 
'aper, (heathing and cartridge, 15 



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Painters' colors, -whether dry, or in 

oil, except thofe ufed for dying, 1 5 
Packthread and Twine, - 400 cents per ciut. 

Pasteboard, parchment and vellum, 10 per ct. ad naU 
Paftework and Jewellery, - 15 

Pewter manufactures, - 15 

Pepper. - - 6 cents per lb. 

Perfumes, sM m \$ per ct. advaL 

Piltols, free to 14th June, '98, 1 5 

Pictures and prints, - - 10 

Pimento, - 4 Cents per lb. 

Pickles of all forts, - 15 per ct. ad W. 

Powders, pafl.es, balls, balfams, oils, 

ointments, waters, wafnes, tincftures, 

efTences, or other cornpofitions called 

fweet fcents, odors, perfumes, or 

cofmetics, *- - 15 

Plumbs and prunes, - 1 5 

Printing types, - - IQ 

RaiSns, - - 15 

Salt, - - - 20 cts. per hyp el 

Salt, Glauber, - « zoo cc?iis per eut r 

St. Lucar -wines, - - :p ce?;ts per gall. 

Starch, - - - 15 per ct. ad v.u. 

Sail cloth, - • - 10 

Slate, itone and ftone ware, - 15 
Saddles, 10 

Sattins and other wrought fiiks, 10 

Steel, - - - ioo cts. per out.' 

Sherry wine, - - 33 cts. per gall. 

Shoes and flippers of fdk, - 25 cents per pair, 

mm other fhoes and flippers for men 

and women, clo^s and golofhoes, 15 
— other fhocs and flippers for 

children, - 10 

Swords and eiitlafles, free to Tune"J4, ^5 per ct. ad val 
Stockings, - - - J $ 

Sttne and earthen ware, - T5 



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lOHPf . - . 


2 iftrts fer Jfr. 


tolos and other carriages, : 


ao per ct. ad v*l> 


Spirits diftilled in foreign countries. 


from Grain. Firft proof, 


25 est* j ?crz*lL 


Second proof, 


29 


Third proof, 


3i 


Fourth proof, 


34 


| Fifth proof, 


4* 


Sixth proof, 


5» 


Frtm other materials. 




Firft proof, 


25 


Second proof, 


if 


Third proof, 


2* 


Fourth proof, 


32 


Fifth proof, 


s 


Sixth proof, 


4* 


llpiritt diftilled in the United States, 


imported in the fame flap or veflel 


1 ia "which they had been previously 


1 exported from the United States 


f vi2. 


|J From MolafTcs. 




J Firft proof, 


H 


Second proof, 


14 


Third proof, 


»* 


Fourth proof, 


17 


Fifth proof, 


21 


Sixth proof, 


2$ 


rom materials of the growth or 


pro- 


duce of the United States. . 




Firft proof, 


$ 


n x Second proof, 


3 


Third proof, 


9 


Fourth proof, 


fi 


Fifth proof, 


•3 


Sixth proof, 


18 


& »Sars, from and after Sept. 50, 


1794* 


Brown, 


t gc&U ptr l*> 


White, clayed, or powdered, 3 


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Lump, 


6 k half, 


Loaf, 


9 


Other refined, 


6 &• half, 


Spikes, - 


} cent, per lb. 


Silver aad plated ware, 


1 5 per ct. ad va 


— Lace, 


15 


Sugar Candy, 


9 


JSm#, " - 


22 


Taffels and trimmings, commonly ufed 


by the Upholfterers, Coachmakers 


and Saddlers, 


J5 


Tables of marble, flate or other ftone 


> J 5 


Teas. From China and India. 




Bohea, 


12 


Souchong and ether black teas, 


]8 


Hyfon, 


32 


Other green teas, 


20 


From Europe. 




Bohea, 


14 


Souchong and other black teas, 


21 


Hyfon, 


40 


Other green teas, 


24 


From any other place. 




Bohea, 


17 


Souchong and other black teas, 


27 


Hyfon, 


50 


Other green teas, 


3® 


Imperial, gunpowder and Goihee, 


the fame as Hyfon. 




Teneriffe wine, 


2C cents per gah 


Twine and Packthread, - . 


400 cents per c-wt 


Tin manufactures, 


1 5 per ct. ad vuL 


Tiles and bricks, 


15 


Toys, not otherwife enumerated, 


10 


Tobacco manufactured, 


10 


Velvets and velverets, 


I2f 


Wines, London particular Madeira, 


56 cents ptr g.ilt 


— London, market do. 


49 



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- Other do. - 40 

- Champaigne and Burgundy, 4^> 

- Sherrv, - - 33 

- St. LucW, • 3^> 
■* Liibon and Oporto, -' 25 

- Malaga, Teneriffe and Fayal, 26 

- All other wines (not to exceed 
30 cents per gallon in Ameri- 
can verTels, or 32 cents per 
gallon in foreign ve.Tels, or 
be lefs than 10 pet cent) 4^ r cr ct ' a(i va ^' ■■ 

Wares of tin, pewter, Cdppe r , eanhew, 

or (lone, chins, gold, (liver 1* plated, 1 5 
Wafer-, - - 15 

Walking Ricks, whips and canes, 10 

Wax candles, - - 6 cents per Ik 

Nfratches and --locks, or parts of either, 15 'ficr ct. ad val. 
[Window glafs, - 15 

Wool and cotton cards, - £Q cents p:r J01. 

Wood manufactured (exclufive of 

cabinet wares,) - I2f per cent. 

Yarn untarred, - 325 cents per cwt. 

All other goods not before particularly enumerated 
ar.d defcribed, 10 per cent, ad valorem. 

Extra C.wty on all goods imported in foreign veifels,. 
lO per cent. 

duty on carriage:. 

Agreeably to an aft of Congr^ls of the United States 
of America, pulled at Philadelphia the 28th day of May, 
1796, laying duties on carriages for the conveyance of 
perfons, and repealing the former afta for that pufpofe 
—There lb all be levied, coliefted a/id paid, upon all 
carriages for the conveyance of perfons, which ftiall bu 
kept by or for any perfon, for his or key Own ufe, or to 
let out to hire, or for the conveying of paflengers, the 
feveral duties and rates following, to wit : Dolls. 
For and upon every coach, - 12 

upon every chariot, - 11 



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*»!>0s every port, chariot, - it 

upon every port, chaife, - 12 

wpon every phaeton, with or without 

top, - - 9 

upon every coachee, - 9 

upon other carriages, having pannel 
work above, with blinds, glaffes, or 
curtains, 9 

upon four-wheel carriages, having 
framed polls and tops, with fteel- 
fprin^s, - - 6 

•upon four-wheel top carriages, with 

wooden or iron fprings on jacks, 3 
upon curicles with tops, - 3 

upon chaifes with tops, - 3 

upon chairs with tops, - 3 

upon fulkies with tops, - 3 

upon other two-wheel top carriages, 3 
upon two-wheel carriages, with fteel 

or iron fprings, - 3 

upon all other two-wheel carriages, 2 
upon every fcur-wbeel carriage, hav- 
ing framed pofls and tops, aad rett- 
ing upon wooden fprings, - 2 
Carriages, tifuaily and chiefly employed in husbandry 
©r for the t.ranfportation or carrying of goods, wares 
merchandize, produce or commodities, are exempt! 
from the above duties. 

The following Articles are free from Duty. 

Phitofophica! apparatus fpecially imported for any fem 

inary of learning. 
Articles of all kmds of the growth, product or manu 

fa&ure of the United States. 
Copper in plates, pigs and barf. 
Cloaths, books, houihold furniture, and the taols 01 

implements of the trade or profeilion of perfonj v/hi 

€*me to refidc in tk& United States. 



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Drug* aad wood for dying. 

Fun of every kind, undrefled. 
oods, wares and merchandize intended to be re-ex- 
ported in the fame veflel i* which tUey fliall be im- 
ported. 

Raw Hides, and Iron Ware. 

Lapis Calaminaris, and Plaiiter of Paris. 

Old Pewter, and tin in pigs and plates. 

Wire of brafs and iron, and wool and wood unmanu- 
factured. 
All retail dealers of wines and foreign diftilled fpi- 

rituous liquors, are yearly, by a law of Congrefs, to 

take out a licenfe from the Supervifor of the revenue 

for retailing the fame, for which they are to pay for 

tach, 5 dollars, on forfeiture of 50 dollars if they fells 

without having a lieenfe therefor. 



Duties on Tonnage of Ships, &c.-. 

ON all fhips or vefTels of the United States, from 
any foreign port or place, at the rate of 6 cents , 
per ton. 

On all vefTels hereafter built a the United States, ( 
belonging wholly or in part to fubjecls of foreign pow- 
ers, at the rate of 33 cents per ton. 

On aM foreign veifcls, 50 cents per ton. 

Veifeh not belonging to the United States, entered 
in one Diftric"r, from another, having merchandize oil 
board, to pay 50 cents per ton. 

The Duties on Tonnage to be paid in ten days after 
the mafter makes report ' r and if ths veflel leaves the 
port without paying the duty, the per fan commanding.^ 
forfeits the fum of 500 dollars. 

Bonds rbr duties, nor paid on the day they becoms 
due, arc to be forthwith put in fuit. 

Oa a Transfer of the property of a YeiTeL in parte 

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ar in whole, her Regifter, or Enrolment, is to be givi 
up, under penalty of 500 dollars. 

■VefTels of the United States bound to any foreij 
Country, other than to Jbme port in America, are I 
bt furniftjed with paffports under penalty of 200 dollar 

American teamen are to be regiftered, and certii 
cates of their being citizens of the United States, an 
to be granted to them by the collector of the cultomi 

Bounty on Fifli exported, 30 centi per barrel. 

Oa either provifions, 25 cents it- 

TABLE of FEES. 

To be taken in the feverai Cuftem-Hoafrs •€ tha W 
nited States, agreeable to the Laws of Congrefs. 

For the Adraeaforement of VeiTels to be Regifterea 
VeiTcls of 100 Tons nnd under, one cent per Toa. 
If above 100 Tons, and under zoo Tans, 150 cents. 
If above %Oo Tons, 200 certs. 

Admeasurement $f Vejels t$ be Enrolled* 
Tenuis of 5 Torts and under 2/;>, fifty cents. 
VefTels of 2o Tons to 73, feyenty-five ceBts. 
VefTels above 7a to ioo Tons,, one buadred ccntsv 
Te fie Is above iOQTons, one hundred and fifty ctattu 

Fees ef Regiftry. 
Far every C*rtificat« of Regiftry, 203 cents, 
3for every Certificate of Kecord, 2Cto eent*. 
For every Bond required by this Act, 23 cents. 
jfer cvary Enderfernent, loo cents. 

Fees •/ Enrolling and Licenfing. 
Every Certificate of Enrolment, $0 cents . 
livery Bond therefor, 25 cents. 
I>ery Liceate, including the Band, ift.be Veffcl ~U\ 

20 Tons or under, 25 cent3. 
If above 20 and not more than 1Q0 Tons, SO ftpflri 
If Txboft \9v Ten<u WQ cents, 



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n | Every Endorfement on a certificate of Earolmtst, 

20 cents. 
ij Every Endorfement on a Licenfe, 20 cents. 

Fees for the Active Bvfirtefs in the Foreign Trade. 

i For the Clearance er Entrance of every VciTel tor or 
from a Foreign Port, if under IOO ion", ijd cwnts. 

If more than 200 Ton.,, 25) cents. 

For every Gocket, 20 cents, and Permit, 20 cents. 

For every Bill of Health, 2 > cents and every Bond, 
41 cents. 

Every Bond given by Exporters for Drawback mi 
Bounty, 70 cents. 

For every other official Document, 20 cents. 

Fees in the Coafting Trade. 

For certifying a Manifeft and granting a Permit f 
proceed from one Diftrift to another,, if the vefltl 
be licenfeei and lefs than 5"> Tons, 50 cents. 

For receiving a Manifeft, and granting a Permit for a 
licenied veifel, if under Jj Tons, 2$ c*nts. 

I above fifty Tons, 50 cents. 

For certifying a Manifelt, arui granting a Permit te 
proceed from Diltritt. to Diitrift, if the vclfel be re- 
gistered, J 50 cents- 

For granting a Permit, and receiving a certified Mani- 
feft of fuch vefl'eh 150 cents. 

For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit for « 
foreign veSel to proceed from oae Diiirict to another^. 
230 cents. 

For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit to u*» 
lpad for fuch veflel, 20Q cents. 

For granting a Permit te a veflel-liccnfed t« carry mm- 
the Fifhcry, to. trade at foreign Pore*, 25.cents. 

For the Report and Entry of any foreign Goods im- 
ported in fuch veffd, 2.5 cents. 

If any thing is carried coaltwife, two Manifefts thereof 
wvuftiM x»»de ; , orc t« 99 retained, ijp cents i»©it. 



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Inspectors, Measurers, & Gangers' FEE51 

F«>r everv day an Ir.fpe«5tor fnall be aftually employed 

in aid of the Cuitoms, two dollars. 
For the meafurement of every hundred bulhels of grain 

thirty cents. 
For th i meaiurement of every hundred buihels of fait 

forty cents. 
For the me ifurement of every hundred buihels of coal. 

fifty cents. 
For weighing every one hundred and twelve pounds^ 

one and an half cent. 
For gauging and marking every caik,, eight cents. 
Meafuring, .weighing and gauging goods tor exporta- 
tion, the iame as for importation. 
For computing contents, marking cafes of diftilled 

fpirits and wine, three cents per cafe. 
For counting bottles of cider, beer, ale or porter^ 

one cent per dozen. 



C O U R T S.. 

In the State of Connecticut. 

SUPREME COURT of ErLxO&S. 

TO fit the fir.t JTuefday in June,, annually ; altern* 
ately at Hartford and New- Haven, beginning at 
the former. It is compofed of the Governor, Lieuten- 
ant-Govern or, and twelve Afiiftants. 

SUPERIOR. COURT S. 
Priman Circuit —At Middletown, laftTuefday favt 
one, in ju'lf. New-Haven, laft T.uefday in July. Daii- 
bury, 2d Tuefdav in Auguft. Litchfield, 3 (i Tuefday 
in Augu/fc. Hartford* i ft -Tuefday in Sept. Windham, 
3:1 ItleiBay in Sept. N. London, 4th Tuefday in Sept. 
Sewttkr) Girc:<:t.-~\t II .iddam, luft Tuefc'ay in Do 



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:ember. Mew-Haven, I ft Tuefday in January. Fair- 
ield, 3-1 Tuefday in January. Litchfield, laft Tuefday 
j n January. Hartford, 2d Tuefday in February. "Inl- 
and, 4th Tuefday in February. Windham, ift Tuef- 
lay in March. Norwich, 3d Tuefdav in March. 
COURTS of COMMON PLEAS. 



At Hartford, 3I Tuefday in March, and Jft in Nov. 
•Jew -Haven, 3d Tuefday in March, and 4th in Nor. 
tfew-London, 2d Tuefday in june. Norwich, 4th 
ruefday in Nov. Fairfield, 3d Tuefday in April. 
)anbury, 3d Tuefday in Nov. Windham, 3d Tuef- 
lay'in Auguft, and 2d in Dec. Litchfield, 4th Tuef- 
lay in March, and 3d in Sept. Middletown, 2d Tuef- 
lay in Nov. Haddam, ift Tuefday in April. Tol- 
and, 2d Tuefdays in February and September. 

[Courts in the State of Rhode-Island, 

SUPERIOR COU RT S. 

A T Newport, Marcjn 6, and Auguft 28. Provi- 
t\ dance, March 20, and Sept. 18. South-Kingftown, 
^pvii 24, and October 9. Briftol, March^l3,and Sept. 

[. Eaft-Greeirwich, April 10, and October 2. 
COURTS or COMMON PLEAS. 

At Newport, May 15, and Nov. 27. Providence, 
flay 22, and Dec. 18. South-Kmgfron, Feb*. 13, and 
Vug ml 14. Briliol, January 9, and June 5. Eafl> 
Jeenwicb, January 16, and Anguft 21. 

Courts in Massachusetts. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURTS. 

AT Bofton, the 3d Tuefday in February, and tb* 
laft Tuefday in Auguft. Ipfwich, the 3d Tuefday 
n June. Wifcaflet, the 2d Tuefday in July. Dedham, 
:he4th Tuefday in Auguft. Salem, the 2d Tuefday is 
(tfeveniber. Cambridge, the lalt ruefday ia October. 



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Concord, the 2d Tuefday hi April. Northampton, tl 

laft Tuefdav ia Ap»i!, ..nci-jth Tuefday in Septembei 

Plytliou&h, (-fee 3d Tueidav in May. Barnfrable, tl 

I gf/eceding the 3d Tuefday in Ma; 

•■. ■ : - Tm U v >n redii g the la'l Tuefday : 

/ in June. Worcefte 

{ J and! ay in Apri 

r . P jrtland, the Tuc 

c • . Tuefday in June- lowi 

I \ oh ': ie 4th Tue 

ti ■/) . ft Tuefday in O^ji^er. 



C O 'J R 7 3 IN N"£ W- II A IV P S :-I IR E * 

5 U P E R I R COURTS. 

AT Pc u$h, an kfee 4"'i Tuefclay in April; and I 

E ! - 3 • ^" fday in Sept, At Dover, c| 

the 2 r«efday.$ in April an 1 Sept; At Hopkir.ton, cl 
th> 2d TPuefday in May, and atAiuberft, the firicTiiM 
day in : : . At "harleftpn, the 3d Tuefday in Maj 
and at Keen e, the 2 I Tuefday in Qftober. At Pi; 
H40Ut'h, ' : - ; - *| in May £ and at Haverhill, ti 

Xuefday ',. >v • the 4ti? Tueil ay in October. 

IyFE,iIOR COVKJS. 

/ t 1 ill Tuefday in February, and 41 

ir May ; ai Sxetcr, the id Tuefday in Auguf 

an J ill in November. At Dover, the 3d Tuefday i 
Fel : Rochefter, tfee 4th Tuefday in June 

At B, the 3d Tuefdays in Auguit and Not 

At ..' . 2d Tuefdays in March and June. A 

Hop ;<";;• ar\ t ; e 1 I Tuefday m Sept. and 2d in Dec 
At , : 3- 1 Tuesdays of March and June > an 

. lion, t ! >e 4th Tuefday of Sept. and 3d in De< 
> a\ the . I Tuefdays of Sept. and Dec. An 
At liavsrhili,.the lit Tuefdays in March and June* 



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Courts in the State of Vermont. 

SUPREME COURTS. 
A T Bennington and Mancuefter, alternately, on the 
t*- lft Tuefday in Auguft. At Rutland, on the 2d 
Tuofday in Auguft. At Newfane, on the 2d Tuefday 
11 Sept. At Woodftock, the 2d Tuefday next follow- 
ng the 4th in Auguft. At Newbury, on the I ft Tuef- 
lay after the 4th in Sept. At Middleborough, the 3d 
Fuefday in Auguft. At Burlington, the 4th Tuefday 
n Auguft. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Bennington, the 3d Monday in Dee. and at Man- 
befter, the ift Monday in June. At Rutland, the 3d 
Mondays in March and Nov. At Newfane, the 2d 
Mondays in June and Nov. At Woodftock, the 4th 
/Lond-iy in March, the laft in May, and 4th in Sept. 
U Newbury, the 2d Mondays of June and Dec. At 
Middleborough, the 1 ft Monday in March, and laft in 
eptember. At Burlington, the Mondays preceding th# 
aft in September and February. 

Sittings of the Federal Courts* 



A 



SUPREME COURT. 

T the Seat of Government, on the firft Monday* 
in February and Auguft annually. 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 

Eastern Circuit. 

In New-Hampfhire, at Port fin outh, the 19th day of 
(lay ; and at Exeter, the 2d day of November. 
"In Vermont, at Windfor on the firft day of May, 
tnd zt Rutland, on the third day of October. 

In MafTachufctts, at Bofton, on the firft day of June, 
.ml the 2oth of October. 



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In Rhode -Hand, at Newport, on the 15th of June 
and at Providence en the 15th of November. 

In Cenneclicut, at New. Haven, on the 13th day o; 
April, and at Hartford, on the 17th of September. 

In New-York, at New- York, on the firft days o 
April and September. 

Middle Circuit, 

In New-Jerfey, at Trenton, on the firft days of Apri 
and O tfober. 

In Pennfylvania, at Philadelphia, on the nth dayi 
of April and October. 

In Delaware, at New-Caftle, on the 27th dayo 
June, and at Dover on the 27th day of October. 

In Maryland, at Annapolis, on the 7th day of Mar 
and at Baltimore on the 7th of November. 

In Virginia, at Richmond, on the 22d days *f Ma} 
and November. 

Southern Circuit. 

In North Carolina, at Raleigh, on the 1 ft day oi 
June, and on the 30th of November. 

In Sonth Carolina, at CharleftoB, on the 6th day o! 
May, and 25th day of October. 

In Georgia, at Savannah, on the 20tb day of April, 
and at Augufla, on the 8th of November. 

When any of the above days happen on a Sunday, thi 
Court is to be held on the Monday following. 

Diftri6l Courts. 

IN the Diftrift of Maine, at Portland and Pownal- 
borough, alternately, on the firft Tuefday of March, 
third Tuefday of June, firft Tuefdays of Septembel 
and December. 

In New -Hampshire, alternately at Portfmouth anc 
Exeter, on the third Tuefdays in March, June, Sep- 
tember aad December. 



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In Vermont, at Windfor and Rutland, alternately, 
on the i ft Mondays of February, May, Auguft and Nov. . 

In Maffachufetts, alternately at Bofton and Salem, 
on the 3d Tuefday in March, the 4th Tuefday in June, 
the 2d Tuefday in September, and firft in December. 

In Rhode-Ifland, at Newport and Providence, al- 
ternately, on the firft Tuefday of Auguft, the third 
Tuefday of November, the firft Tuefday of February, 
and fecond Tuefday of May. 

In Connecticut, alternately at Hartford and New- 
Iiven, on the third Tuefdays of February, May, Au- 
juft and November. 

In New-York, at the city of New-York, on the firft 
Tuefday in February, May, Auguft and November. 

In New-Jerfey, at Burlington and New-Brunfwick„ 
I ilternately, on the firft Tuefdays in February, May* 
\uguft and November. 

In Pennfylvania, at Philadelphia, on the third Man- 
i lays in February, May, Auguft and November. 

In Delaware, alternately at Dover and New-Caftle, 
I m the fourth Tuefdays in February, May, Auguft 
ind November. 
I In Maryland, at Eafton and Baltimore, alternately, 

!>n the firft Tuefday in March, June, Sept. and Dec. 
In Virginia, alternately at Williamfburg asd Rich- 
nond, on the third Tuefdays in March, June, Septem- 
ier and December. 

In Kentucky, at Frankfort, on the third Tuefdays in 
idarch, June, September and December. 

Ij* North-Carolina, at Newbern, Wilmington, and E- 
ienton, in rotation, on the ift Monday in Jan'y, April, 
uly and October. $ beginning at Newbern in 1792. 

In South-Carolina, at Charlefton, on the third Mon- 
ay in March and September ; the firft Monday in July, 
nd fecond Monday in December. 

In Georgia, at Savannah, on the fecond Tuefday ui 
'ebruary. May and Auguit; and at Augufta, the fecond 
Tuefday in November. 



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Incorporated Cities. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Samuel Bifhop, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

•Bavid Aufiin, efq. I Henry Daggett, efq. 

Timothy Jones, efq. | Elizur Goodrich, efq. 

Simeon Baldr-in, efq. City Clerk. 

Nathan Beers, efq. Treafurer. 

• jo°fc n ph^i:r P ' I ,heriff! - . 

'Common Comic i I Men. 

Meff. Ifaac Beers, Elias Shipman, James Hillheuf 

Bavid Daggett, Jofeph Bradley, Hezekiah Hotchidl 

Nathaniel Fitch,* Thaddeus Beecher, Jfaac Mills, P 

ter John fon. 

(Annua! Meeting the firfl Taefday in June.) 

NEW-LONDO N. 

Hon. Richard Law, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Wint'p Saltonftall, efq. I Guy Richards, efq. 
Edward Hallam, efq. j Samuel Wheat, efq. 

Lyrrian Law, Clerk city court. 

John Owen, city Clerk. 
Wiiliam Richards 7 ft ^ 
Jofhua Hewipftead, 3 

Common Council Men. 
Meff. Simon Wolcott, George Colfax, Nicoll F< 
""flick, Jonathan Starr, Elifha Hinman, Elias Perkii 
(Annual Meeting the fevond Monday in June.) 

HARTFORD. 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel WylWs, efq. \ Jonathan*Bull, efq* 



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ofcn Caldwell, efq. | William Mofeley, efq. 

Solomon Porter, Qerk. 

Simon Clark, 7 n -nr 
1 ^u t r flier ins. 

Jonathan Janes, 3 

Common Council Men. 
# MelT. John Chenevard, John Morgan, Thomas Y. 
eymour, Ephraim Root, Jofeph Hart, George Good- 
win, William Mofeley, Timothy Burr, Ebenezer Bar- 
ard, jun. Miles Beach, Jonathan Brace, Elifha Bab- 
ock. 

(Annual Meeting the laft Monday in March.) 



MIDDLETOWN, 

Koa. Afner Miller, efq. Mayor. . 

Aldermen. 

tftjah Hubbard, efq. I George Phillips, efq. 

Ihauncey Whiulefey, efq. J Samuel VV. Dana, efq» 

Jbha-Fifk, Clerk. 
Nathan Strong, ~? » . ^ 
c 1 r> x: ?j r iherms. 

Samuel Canfie'd, y 

(Annual Meeting the third Monday in January.) 



M O Pc W I C H. , 
Jjhn M. Breed, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. . 

^hri&o. Leffingwell, efq. j Fred. .Tracy, efq. 
Daniel Dunham, efq. | John Turner, efq. 

fenj. Huntington, jun. Clerk of City and City Court. 
Ben] am in Tracy, ? n -,^ 
Siaubael Breed, . 5 

Common Council Men. 
MefTrs. Azariah Lathrop, Elifha ., Hyde, Thomas 
tiubbard, Thomas L. Thomas, James Hyde, Uriaii 
Tracy. 

(Annual Meeting the third Monday in April-) 



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MILITARY DEPART MEN TV 

Militia of Conneflicut . 

Agreeable to Returns made to the 'Adjutant-General 
in Oclober, 1797. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 



Captain-General, and Commander in- Chief, 

Horu Jonathan Trumbull, 

Lieiuenant-General. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant-General, 

(With the Rank of Brigadier-General.) 

Jdhfl Mix, Guart'er-Mafter-Genera]^ 
(With the K?M of Lieut. Colonel.) ■ 

ill Division, Noah Phelps, Major- General. 
2d Division, William Hart, Major-General. 
3d Division, James Gordon,, Major-General. 
4th Division,. David Smith,, Major- General- 

First Brigade. 

Elijah Chapman, jun. Brigadier General. 
Shubael Grifvv old, Brigade Major and Infpecfcor. 

0ft Higt. Timothy Seymour, Lieut. Col. Commandt 
Matthew Caldwell, lib Maj. Eliiha Babcock, 2d Maj 

William Marfh, Adjutant. Henry Rowland, Chap 

Lata* Thomas Goodman, jun. Quarter- Matter. Dwel 

Morgan, Surgeon. Jafon Jerome, Surgeons Mate. 

Light Infantry . 

Obtains. Lieutenants. Er.figns. 

Skr-on Clark, Ithamar Coolev, Jeremiah Ripley. 



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'ob Allen, Eliakim Marihall, Jonathan Loomis, 

Stifiia Wells, Afa Seymour, Wm. Board man, 

iben. F.BifTell,jr.Mofes Wing, 

glfen Seymour, Jofeph Whiting, Gurdon Whiting^ 

ilihu Grifw«ld, Benjamin Moore, EHhu Marihall, 

lolomon Grifwold,Hez. Parfons, Ira Clark, 

Alas Rowley, Elilm Mills, George Latimer, 

riino. Burr, jr. Michael Spencer, William Cooic. 

:8th Regt. George Humphreys, Lieut. Col. Commands 
^ha'uncey Pettibone,ift Maj. Amariah Willcox, 2a Maj- 

Gurdon Gould, Adjutant. Reuben Forward, jjuar- 
;er Mailer. Alexander C Humphrey, Pay Maite-r. 
[obn Beiior, Surgeon. 

GapUins. Lieutenants, EnfignSt 

Samuel Clark, Jofeph Griiw.old, Reuben Phelps, 
Noah A Phelps, Reuben Fuller,. Ariel Cafe, 
kiijah Hubbard, Benjamin Read, . Elijah Giiieft, 
Jofeph Oe V^oif, William Phelps, Amafa R^ad, 
flfojamin Hays, Afa Higiey, David M^lienger, 

Amafa Humphrey, Aaron Cafc^ Abijah Petti bone', 

George Phelps, Aharon Pinney, 

EUas Cafe, Dan Cafe, Uriah Dyer, 

Darius Mofes, Win. Wttlcox, .. Daniel Moles, 
Jofeph CornHh, Rofwell Phelps, Kraiius Bates, 
Dan Diboil, Sim. M. Cuiltn'.an,Afa Burr, 

Abel Adams, ElitnaGrawpIu, J of. Pettinona. 



19th Regt. AftibeJ- Stanley, , Lieut. CoJ. Commarcdt. 
Eli Moore, lit Maj. Sbubael GrHwold, 2d Maj. 

Samuel Tudor, y>r\. Adjtftant. David M'Ciure, 
Chaplain. Charles jenck*?, Quarter «Mafter. Eleazer 
Pinney, Pay Matter. Edward Tudor, Surgeon. Eli- 
jah F. Read, Surgeon's Mate. 

M'.itrojs Gstnpany, 
George Pitkia, jr. Captain. Samuel Pitkin, jft Lieut- 
Theodore Pitkin, 2d Lieut. John Sage, 3 i Lieut. 
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Captains. 

Abiel W olcott',. 



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Light Infantry, 

Lieutenants* 
Aaron Bii'Fel-, 



\ Jonathan Pafco, . Rufus Payne, Jn. Watfoja 



Enfigns. 
Cb's Rockwell, ? 



Levi Goodwin, 

Samuel Stiles, 
Jared Cone, jr. 
John Phillips, 
W 'areham Fofler, 
John Olcott, 
CorneliusRoberts 
Walter Goodale, 
Eleazer Payne, 5 
Isoah Ruii, 



Martin Pitkin, , 
AfaFifh, 
Nath'l Hubbard, 
Ezra Brainard, 
Samuel Chapman, 
Ithamar Smith, . 
,Oliier Hunt, 
Allen Brown fon, 
Job Ellfworth, 
Jofeph Benton, jr. 



Richard Olmfted, 
John Ofborn, . 
John Marfhal, 
Mofes EnMgn, 
Jofeph Abbott, . 
EHlha Olcott,' 
Julius Talcott, . 
Henry White, 
John btoughton, . 
Simeon Caldwell* 



22d Regt. Ebenezer Gay, Lieut. Col. Gommandt. . 
John Ripley, jft Majv Abijah Seffions, 2d Maj. 

Samuel Whittlefey, Adjutant. Nathan Williams, d.s 
Chaplain. Daniel Loomis, Quarter Mailer, jonatha 
Barnes, Pay Mailer. William Grofvenor, JSurgeor, 
Samuel Willard, Surgeon's Mate.. 

Matrofj Company, 
Captains, Lieutenants, Enfigns. 

<; Timo.. Benton* Edward Dimock, 
£'■ jabez Bradley. 



Solvin Converfe, 
John Warren, 
ihoah Pomeroy, 
Jofeph Snellj 
jcile Cook, 
John Holmes, 
Ebenezer Spencer 
Eben'r Colburn 
Jeirc.Foot, 



Daniel Dimock, 

Clark Lillibridge, 
Aihbjl Steel,, 
Aaron Hal!, 
David Law fon, 
Tubal Cafe, . 
Pb'mchas Nafn, . 
jEliakim, Cnapman 
John Orcott, 
SijiwoaDiniock, 



Bildad Curtifs,. 
Jonathan Poole^ 
Ephraim Weft, 
Abie] Fenton, 
David Moore, 
Noah Porter, 
Jouath. Whitake 
,Lzrailawdcn, 
PorterWalbridge 
Caleb Carlton* 



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31ft Regt. Thomas Sheldon, Lieut* Col. Commandt. 
Ala UamiltuH, Li\ Mrj. Joieph Paribns, 2d Ma]. 

Hofea Neifun, Adjutant. Nehemiah Fruden, Chap- 
lain. Sauiufel H'oikins, Quarter Mailer. William Kib- 
be, Pay Mafteqra Howard rilden, Surgeon. 

L ght Thfaiitry . 
CtptainSi Luctteuanis. Ettfipis. 

C Caleb joner, Samuel Reynold, Heiry Terry. ? 

£ Daniel Letter, Ezrallanchet^.. 5 



Timothy Phelps, Elihu Kent, jr. 
Joieph Paribus, Richard ALoy, 
Alpbeus Peaj'e, Richard Peafe, 
r'Abner MeachaiB, Afa Terry, 

David iiichuidfon^etn Dwighr, 

Hole a Mellon, 
Juftus Peafe, james Veits, 



CaWin Auftin, 
Stone Peaie, 
Peter Kibbe, 
Ala Meackam, 
Walter AiniVorth, 
S. C Grifwold, 
Ldmond Stephens, 



Wm. Granger, xVoijahilemington,Seth Ktiit, jr. 



Firft Regt. Cavalry, annexed to ifi Brigade, 

Andrew nil Iyer, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Jeduthim Cobb, M'-tjor. jofepb Utley, Adjutant, 
"William F. Millfer, Chaplain. Apollos G. Hillyer, 
Quarter Mailer. Appleton lipbbias, Pay Mailer. ' E. 
Buck, Surgeon. 

yEIifua Wells, Captain. 
) EH ilia Aiieu, lit Lieutenant* ■ 
) Aaron Qakhvoii, 2d dti. 

^joilah Phelps, Cornet. 



ift Company. 



2d Company. 






•IfraeJ Cafe, Captain., 
jFitchen Cafe, ift Lieutenants 
) job Cafe, 2d do. 
tf MicaU Cj^ty Cornet*. t 



3d Company. 



4th Company. 



5th Company. • 



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"Giles Loomis', Captain. 

) William Thompfon, ift Lieutenant* 

)Grave Smith, 2d do. 

.John F. Fitch, Cornet. 

"James Converfe, Captain. 
)Ebenezer Grant, I ft Lieutenant. 
) Amos James, 2d do. 
.Gad Page, Cornet. 

"Amos Alden, Capt?Ja. 
)DanieI Graham, ift Lieutenant. % 
)David £*owler, 2d do. 
„ Refcoin Albra, Cornet. 



Second Brigade. 



Jofeph Willcox, 2d. Brigadier General. 
Nathan Wiilcox, 2d. Brigade Major and Infpeccor. 

2d Regiment. Sam'l Bellamy, Lieut. Col. -Commands 
Marciii IVferriman, f XI JVlaj. Thomas Potter, 2d IVIaj 

Nathaniel Hubbard, Adjutant. James Dana, D. D 

Chaplain. William Trowbridge, Quarter Mailer. 

William Lyon, Pay-Matter. Levi Ives, Surgeon. 

Jofiah Root, Surgeon's Mate. 

CaptMas. Lieutenants, 

Jofepli I\fix, jun 

Stephen Ball, jr* Roger Sherman, 

Steph. Woodward, Amos Bradley, 

Sold Smith, David Benham, 

Lenin i Brooks, Abraham Bifhop, Lfaiah Baflet, 

John Foot, James Pierpont, Oliver ToJd, 

Afa At water, Elias Hotchkifs, 

Mofes Merriman,Levi Bradley, 



Enftg?2S. 
H. I. Cooledge, 
Hezekiah How, 
Hez. Davenport, 
Dav. Tfowbrkige, 



Aciafa Bradley, 



7th Rsaac, Z>artiel Urainard, Lieut.- Col. Cemmandt 



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. WiUiaifl Tulley, ill Maj. George Morgan, 2d Maj. 

George Elliott, jun. Adjutant. Frederick \V. Ifotch* 
kifs, Chaplain. Theaphilus Morgan, Quarter-Matter, 
fofiah Knot, Pay-Mailer. Benjamin Hill, Surgeon. 
Levi Ward, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

lufus Clark,- James Chapman, John Whittiefey, 

3avid Dickinfon, Huntington May, James Bates, 

orge Morgan, Elias Crane, S. Redfiel'd, 3d. 

|ohn Pratt, Jabezbenifon, Uriah Haydon, 

John Stannard, Nathan Kirtland, Peter Spencer, 
John Brainard, Noadiah Cone, John Clark, 
Aaa Buell, Henry Hill, Dan. Lane, 

Kb'iii Waterhoufe^Wm. Southworth, Edward A. Leet, 
fames Thomas,: David Spencer, Oliver Brainard,. 
Saiu'l. Jones, Dan Platts, jan. George Clark. 

iothliEGt. Edward Barker, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 

J. N» Wadfworth, 1 ft Maj. Rufus Hitchcock, 2d Maj. 

I Samuel Woodruff, Adjutant. John Foot, Chaplain. 
Ehauncey Cook, Quarter-Matter.- Elijah Whittiefey; 
jun- Pay-Mailer. Aaron Andrews, Surgeon. Mofes 
Gaylord, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Levi Parker, Caleb J. Hall, Miles Peck, 

Dan. Southmaid, Ifrael Camp, Joel Coe, 

Auguttus Cook, Ebene-zer Ailing, Benj. Baldwin, 
ijofiah Hall, jun. Afaph After riam, Joel Couch, jun. 
Seth Seward, Sattf&tytfglffr Noah Camp, 

Merriman Cook, Robert HotCiiki(s,S amuel Cook, 
Ebenezer Hall, John Peck, jun. ^fa Peck. 

27th Regt. Jonathan Todd, i^ieut. Col. Commandt. 
SanriRobiibn, 1 ft Maj. Sam'i Gould, 2a Maj. 

Nathaniel Griiiin, Adjutant. John Elliott, Chaplain. 
Timothy Meigs, Quarter-Matter. Nathaniel Roils tcr, 



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Pay-Mafter. Orchard Gould, Surgeon. David S 
Brooks, Surgeon's Mate. 

Light Infantry. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Sam'l Eiliott, Prefton Kelfey, 



Thomas Hart, Nath'l Fowler, Timothy J. Stone 
EH Fowler, Edward Baldwin, Samuel Beach, 

Rufus Norton, Seth Bifhop, James Davis, 

Benj. B. Willcox,Phmehas Meigs, Uftier Concklin, 
Gideon Norton, Samuel Bartlet, Oliver Fowler, 
Jonathan Merrick, Reuben Page, Eliada Rofe, 
Solomon Linflcy, lofiah J. Linlley, Wm. Douglafs, 
Timothy Munger,Eber Munger. Benjamin Field. 



32d Regt. Joel Hine, Lieut Col. Commandant. 

Sam'l Fenn, lit M- jor. Daniel Sacket, 2d Maj. 

Elihu Sanford, Adjutant. David L. Bebee, Chap 
lain. Nathan Stiles, Quarter 'Matter. Samuel B 
Marfhal, Pay-Mafter. Edward Crafts, Surgeon. Sam 
uel Sanford, Surgeon's Mate. 

Grenadier Companies, 

Captains-. Lieutenants* Enfigns. 

CBenj.Ball, Samuel Higby, Je>f. B. Barlow, | 

£ M. Hotchkiis, Elemuel Runc-l, Amaia Tuthill, J 

Sam'l Green, Lemuel Durand, John Green, 

Abijah Smith, Abraham Harger,Berj,C ne, 

EliBotsford, Abel Clark, Stephen Gunn, 

Samuel Newton, Joiepb Newton, Enos Hitchcock, 

Afhahal Hide, John Davis, E. Buckingham, 

Eliakiin FeriiJl, John Thomas, Peter Perkins, 

Eli Hawkins, Enos Smith, Daniel Jvleirils> 

Daniel Holbrook, E^en. B. johnibn,Ddvid Smith* 



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jSecond Regt. Cavalry, annexed to 2d Brigade. 

Andrew Hull, jun. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Daniel Willard, Majors William Lynde, Adjutant. 

(Reuben Ives, Chaplain. Henry Lynde, Quarter Maf- 

jter. John Mitehel, Pay~Mafter. Gould G. Norts, 

Surgeon. 

r'Ebenezer Linfley, Captain. 

,n. r>~ m o«„ J Stephen Maltby, ift Lieutenant. 
ift Company. ^ Bei f. amin P ^ 2d do . 

Csimeon Goodyear, Cornet. 

^Handley Bufhnell, Captain. 
K , ~ 1 Jonathan Williams, 1 ft Lieutenant, 

jad Company. } Noah Benton, ad do. 

CAden Parmcle, Cornet. 

("Benjamin TVTorfe, Capta'n. 

*d Comoanv _)J ohn Beach ' 'ft Lieutenant. 
3a company. < Ber j amhl Hall> 2d Lieutenant. 

C Stephen Cook, Cornet. 

£* Timothy Higgins, Captain. 
I , r S Richard Treat, 1 ft Lieutenant. 

4tn company. < Ephraim Baldwin," 2d Lieutenant. 
CAfa Piatt, Cornet. 



Third Brigade. 



Jofeph Williams, Brigadier General. 
thvight Ripley, Brigade Major and Infpec>or. 

$d Regt. Samuel Green, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Thaddeus Brooks, iftMsj. Mulford Raymond, 2d Maj» 

. Richard Fofdkk, Adjutant. Henry Channing, Chap- 



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}a\v. Samuel Hay nes, Quarter Matter* David Coft 
Pay Mafter. Benjamin Butler, Surgeon. Ifaac Thomj 
fori, Surgeon's Mate. 

Independent Company. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enftgns. 

Simeon Smitk, Giles Hempftetf . 

Benjamin Holt, Ch'r Manwaring, John Carrol, 
ilallam Hempfted,Samuel Packwood, 
BKfs Willoughby, Lemuel Baker, Ifaac Thompfon, 
Zebu Ion Rogers, Stephen Prentice, \Vm. Stewart, 
Dan'l Waterhoufe,John Bifhop, John Waterhoufe 

Philip Morgan, Jafon Beckwith, 
Oliver Comftoek, Sam. Bradford, jr. Azel Rogers, 
Wait S. Avery, Henry Bolles^ John Prentice. *' 

8th Regt. David Boardrnan, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Ebenezer Avery, iA Maj. Daniel Avery, 2d Maj. 

William Eldredge, Adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, Chaj 
lain. George Boardman, Quarter-Ms fter. Younj 
Avery, Pay Mafter. John O. Miner, Surgeon. Biihc 
TyJer, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants, Enjigns* 

James Cook, David Avery, Elifiia Crary, 

John Chefter, Gurdor. Ledyard, 

Ralph Hurfout, Stephen Kewton, Gilbert Edgcomb 
ThtddeusCcok, William Cogwell, EHfha Lefter, 
Mofes Tyler, Elifiia Prentice*, Nathaniel Coit, 
Eben. A. Packer, llofwell Fifh, Simon Rhodes, 

Ebenezer MoVgan, Stephen Morgan, Ruius Allen, 
Sanford fylorgan, John Safford, Roger Sterry, 

R. Geer, Amos Spicer, Ichabod Stoddarr 

snth Rkgt. Zach. 'Huntington, Lieut. Col. Command 
Afa Fitch, dfc Mcj. , 2d?*laj. 

Reuben Willob.y, Ar'jntant. Jofeph Strong, Cbaj 



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lain. Jofeph W. Tracy, Quarter "Matter. John Tur- 
ner, Surgeon. Jedidich Burnliam, Surgeon's Mate. 
Matrofs Con; puny. 
G union Huntington, Capt. Andrew Parifli, id Lieut. 
— Gcer, 2d Lieut. Richard Carew, 3d Lkut. 
Light Infantry. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enjtjns. 

Pcbg Tracy, Thomas Tracy, Cufhing Eells, 

Grenadier Company. 
Timothy Letter, Samuel Tyler, Nathaniel Eells. 

JldbjamiB Tracy, Gurdon Giffords, Rufus Fuller, 
lEIeazer Tracy, Calvin Tracy, Ben). Greenflitt, 
i/Vndrew Clark, Elijah Tracy, Cyrus Biihop, 

:|Afa Benjamins, Nath'i KimbalJ, Elijah Benjamin; 
[ohn Hough, UruhDowner, Jabez Hough, jui,. 

E5ela Armitrong, -Cherub AbeU, Benajah Ladd, 
Simeon Hubbard, David Tracy, 

trlezekiahlvingfley.FrcdenckPerkins.Eph'm Bufhnell. 
— 
3th Regt. Jonathan Palmer, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Elias S. Palmer, ifb Maj. Edward Swan, 2d Maj. 

I Daniel Miner, Adjutant. Hezekiah N. Woodruff, 
thapl ain. Jofeph D. Phelps, Quarter Matter. John 

^)emton, 4th, Pay Matter.- Afa Spaaldiug, Surgeon. 

'Hv*illiam Robinfon, Surgeon's Mate. 

Cipt, j ins . L i ent en ants. E vfigns . 

i foh'm Williams, Paul Babcock, JJejfie Stanton, 
ohn Baldwin, DanielMeech, Thomas Smith, 
V~m. Randall, IchUbod Brown, Afa Weaver, 
faac William?, Caleb; Green, TiVs H. Peckharrj, 

a "Skrk Williams, ' Silas' Wheeler, A Jam Brown, 
tharles Crandall, Sanford Palmer, Gilbert Palmer, 

I'pibvid Maine, jeptha B'own, Mwaid H©!u»es, 
Hpeaiiah Palmer Jonathan Grary, Gideoa Fowler. 

I 



[ 9« 3 

33<* Regt. Lemuel Lee, Lieut. Col. Comrnandt. 
Tho's Anderfon, Ift Maj. Richard E. Selden, 2d Ml 

Jofiah G. Ely, Adjutant. David Higgins, Chapk 
David M. Jewet, Quarter Matter. Barnabas Lo 
Pay Mafter. John Noyes, Surgeon. 
Matrofs Company, 
SethEly, jun. Capt. David M. Jewett, I ft Lie 
Marfh Ely, 2d Lieut. 

Light Infartfry. 
G'tplains. Lieutenants, Eiifigm, 

Richard M'Curdy, Enoch Lord, Wm. Sterling^ 

Grenadier Cv'mprlny. 
Nehemteh Smithy Daniel Peck, 2d. Daniel S. Way.j 

Watr'sBeckwi'th, David Avery, 

Jofeph Smith, 3d. Simon Smith, Jedidiah Beebe. 

George Beckwith, jofiah G. Ely, Ezra Gillett, 

Selden -Warner, Ab. Comftock, Jr. Samuel Phelps 

Luther Reeve, Elifha Stewart, 

Daniel Ayer, Marvin Huntley, Elifha Smith, 2 

Third Regt. Cavalry, annexed to 3d Briga 

Elifha Edgerton, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

William Williams, jun. Major. EH Hattfhorn, 
jutant. Samuel Notft, Chaplain. Lavius Fillm* 
Quarter Mafter. William Williams, 3d. Pay Maft. 

/* Dudley Tracy, Captain. 
« ~ jEli Hart/horn, ift Lieutenant. 

ift Company. ^ Alexander Gordon, 2d do. 
CAfa Palmer, Cornet. 

/"Jfaac Hewitt, Captain. 
,' S William Brown, ift Lieutenant, 

3d Company. < ch e fter smith, 2d do. 

(^Thomas Auftin, Cornet. 



d Company. 



tfr Company. 



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""Jonathan Auftin, Captain. 
JChriflopher Raymond, lit Lieutenant. 
pElilha Lyman, 2d do. 
^Frederick Miner, Cornet. 

'"Thomas Wheeler, 2d. Captain. 
^George Swan, I ft Lieutenant. 
j Palmer Hewitt, 2d do. 
^Benadam Williams, Cornet. 



Fourth Brigade. 

Ebcnezer Mead, Brigadier General. 
Medad Bradley,. Brigade Major and Infpec*tor. 

;h Regt. Aaron Barlow, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Burr Gilbert, ift Maj. Jofeph Noyes, 2d Maj. 

Hezekiah Hawley, Adiutant. Hezekiah Ripley, 
haplain. Daniel Betts, Quarter Matter. Joel Bying- 
Pay Mafter. David Rogers, Surgeon. Thomas 
eck, Surgeon's Mate. 

| Captains. Lieutenants. Eiifigvs. 

Ilijah Robbins, Thomas Wilfon, Lewis Goodfeil, 
rmom Burr, Barn's L. Sturges,Aaron B. Sturges, 
m. Bennett, Jofeph Taylor, Ab'm'Morehoufe, 
njamin Meeker, Jofeph Hill, William Wilfon, 

illiam Hill, Stephen Gray, John Gray, 
dbert Lockwood,Morehoufe Coley,Hez. Dikeman, 
laniel Gray, Alban Bradley, Miles Murwin, 

.azarus Hull, Eli Lyon, David Lyon, 

lyrus Brinfmade, Wm. Gregory, liaac Bennett. 

th Regt. Alexander Mills, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 

Hanford Hoyt, ift Maj. Jofeph Brown, 2d Maj. 

Maltby Newman, Adjutant. David Smith, Chap- 
;>aia. Ebenezer Mead, jf. Quarter Mafter. Ephrayn 



[ ioo. J 

Mead, Pay Mafler. Shadrsch Mead, Surgeon. Ma! 
achi Foot, Surgeons Mate. 

CrptcUns. Lieutenants. E/'figns. 

David Wiiter.bury, Reuben Mead, Jofeph Lockwodc 

Ifaac Smith, EbenezerHoyt, Encs V aterbury, 

Nehcmiah Brown, Tiiuo Reynolds, Steph. Lockwood 

Frederick Hoyt,. Jofeph Ssllick, Tho'sBrownfley, 

JacoV Hircher, Nathan Burr, Jotham Wilfon, 

Samuel Dean,, Jafper Mead, David Smith, 3d.j 

jared Smith, Eph. Jones. 

Thomas Mead,. 

Ebenezer Dean, 



28th Rtgt\ Matthias Nichols, Liev»t. Col. Cdmtnano 
Edmund Curtis, id Maj. George Ilealy, 2d M-j/ 
FLiio Lewis, Adjutant. Aflibel Baldwin, Chapter 

?ohn Wells, Quarter .171 after. James Bi.-dfley, p; 

ivi'after. Ch lis Toniiinfon, Surgeon. John Siannc 

Surgeon's Mate. 

Cj btairS:, Lrei'f ^vtintr. 

Samuel CttttW? Philip Fr.irch'Id, 

Arao>, ilferr*, Writ. F aVcfflly, 

T ol n £ V. j!ccx,fon, James Beard £6 ^2 

3F j '•■'-•.. Qlark', John vVi'coxfbn, 

Gevfh-oni L-cmase/JabezBeirciflei, 

1 '-,''■■ k ^ iwkv, Lewis Shelton, 



Henry Cwtp, John i'hornpfc«i, 
31. w. v. hitrnore, _ 

^4»j> :;rr. (feib.ua King, Lieut* Col. Command*:. 
' t:,i\ -p'.i S,cly, r-lt M«j[, Nathaa Sanicrd, 2d IVh j. 

Richard H, Fitch, Adjust. Matthias Burnet, Cha 
lain Stephen St. JoKn, Guaiter Mailer. John Sij 
man, Surgeon*'? Mate. 

CiipttijkS, Lieutenants. Enfjjns. 

HjzeViuh Retts, William Fitch, Tlwottof Fitch., 



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Jtephen Hoyt, 
Ifael Raymond, 
3avid Keeler, 
faac I. ifaacs, 
Daniel Betts, 
(ohn Hanford, 
^Jehem. Hanford, 
ames Beatty, 

[ob Smith, 



JefTe Richards, 
Clap Raymond, 
Ifaac Glmftead, 
ThomasHoyt, 
Zadoc Raymond, 
Matthias St. John. 
David" Street, 
John Hurlbut, 
Ifaac Keeler, 
Jofia.ii Thatcher, 
Samuel Stehbins f 



Enoch St. John, 
Thomas Balden, 
Nathan Danchy, 
Stephen Wood, 
Eibenezer Abbott, 
Caleb Benedict, 
Jofeph Marvin, 
Silas St. Joan. 



fourth Regt. Cavairy, annexed to 4th Brigade. 

Jofeph Walker, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 

Curtis Tt>rrrlipfon, Major. Jofeph Thomplbn, Ad- 
|Utant. Izrahiah Wetmo-re, Chaplain. Lewis Burton, 
*Kia,rter ?^after. Victory Wetmore, Pay Mailer. Wm. 
typejton, jr. burgeon. Abrel Bahbet, Q JV1. Serj^a.at, . 

• • £" Nathaniel Lewis, Captain. 

k Company. y^»C«rtis, lit Lieut. 
,r ^ J j David Tumey, 2d do. 
C.E.^jah Haw ley, Cornet. 



3d Company. 



Company. 



1. 
4th 



Company. 



~Bartlet Hanford, Captain, 
) amuel Garlie, lit Lieut, 
) Lyman Edwards, 2d do. 
^Robert Selton, Cpt&et. 

- Abel Hall, Captain. 
)Henry jarvis, 1 ft Lieut. 
) William Wat^rbury, 244o» 
^Hezeikiah Hvll, Cornet. 

" jofeph Clop, Captain. 
) Samuel Gafrwr, III Lieut, . 
y a'.vanus Sillick, 2d do, 
Robert Mead, Cornet, 

3r 



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Fifth Brigade. 

Mofes Cleaveland, Brigadier Gen*raJ. 
Payne Cleaveland, Brigade Major and Inipec'tor. 

5tl>R.EGT. Lebbens Larabee, Lieut. Col. Gommandt 
Elijah I imons, ill Maj-. Daniel Crocker, 2d A!aj. 

John N. c umner, Adjutant. Mofes C. Welch, Chaj 
Iain. William Perkins, Quarter Mafter. Samuel Pe: 
kisis, Pay Mafter. Samuel Lee, Surgeon- Trumbu 
Dor ranee, Surgeon's Mate. 

Mdtrofs Company, 
Benjamin Hank 1 ?, Captain* Thomas Janes, iftLiei 
Alford Young, 2d Lieut. 

Grenadier Company 
Captains. hi eiite mints* Enfigns; 

Thomas Stedman, Tho's William*, Roger Clark. 

Light Infantry 
Edmund Freeman, Royal Storrs, Nathan Dunham. 

William Young, EEpbalet Young, John Lathrop, 

John Salter, EleVHunxiirgtOB 

Tona. Ki'ngfley$. Vaniah Palmes, John Walden, 

Ezra Bonte'll," Bela Snw, ■ John Henfdel, 

Samuel Fuller^ Vvrn. Bfcnfretr;} Set -jimim Abbott 

Stephen 3lu.f\ Artemas Gurley, EUlha. Crane, 

Benjirn'm Oven, Smith Ktedal| Alexander fioik, 

Ezra SnVth, John barren, Solomon Preftcn. 

I ;th Rfgt. Lemuel Grofveaor, Lieut. Col. Command' 

James Dauie lion, " lit Maji H-ubard Torre.y, 2d Maj. 

David Holmes, Adjutant.- W-UJiam. Graves, Chap 

lain, Amos Payne, Quarter Mailer. Sylvanus Back 

lis, Surgeon., jsreb Warner, Surgeon's Mate. 

L'l.iinp Company. 

Bufhnell Hibbacd, Capt. Oliver Leavers, Til Lieu; 

Cyrel Lee, 2d Lieut. Jated Talbeit, 3d Lieut. 



Captains. 
Willurd Child, 



[ ** I 
Grenadier Company. 

Lieutenants, Enfigns. 



Nath. Grofvenor, 
San ford Holmes, 
l PJN- Alexander, 
ft. W. Williams, 
John Day, 
Elias Child, 
Gheil:er Converie, 
feh'mlngillsjjr. 
Wyman Carrol, 
Elijah Perry, 
Amos Goodel), 



Timothy Child, Eben'r Fitch. 

Light Infantry* 
Auguftus Learned, Abel Prince, Ifaac Davis. 



Philip Withy, 
Leonard Mafon, 
lofcph Cady, 
Stephen Frofr, 
David Day, 
Ephraim May, 
Jonathan Elli?, 
Sam'1 Sumner, jr. 
David Wilfon, 
Arad'w Williams, 
John Whitmore, 



Wm. W. Cheney, 
David TuflelJ, 
Benjamin Cutler, 
David Deniion, 
Luther Warren, 
William May, 
Jothan Johnfon ? 
Griggs Go fF, 
Ab'm Mafbn, 
Eleazer Bradway 3 ■> 
Daniel Paine. 



1 2th Regt. Daniel Tiiden, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
John Gilbert, lii'MajQ James Mafon, 2d Maj. 

Afa Dutton, Adjutant. Zebulon Ely, Chaplain. Wm* 
Huntington, Quarter Mailer. George O. Gilbert, Pa/ 
Matter. David Sutton, Surgeon. John L. Pierce^ 
Surge oi^s M«te. 

Matrofs Gompany. 
Ala Torrey, Captain. Benjamin Phelps, ifl LieuU 
lubbard D&tton, 2d Lieut. 

Grenadier Company. 
Captdins.< Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

uuph't Dewey, William Swift, . Steph. D. Tiiden* 
Light Infantry. 
Amps L'o*omis, 



Sabdiel Hyde, 

jPiiRrles Gilletj . 
gtaiTel Wells, 
.ikinos Fouler, 

u *penoni Clark., 



Andrew Mann, 
Ra-ph Mack, 
Seth Bartlett, 
Benjamin Bucll ? 



Simon Huntington. 

Hezekiah Bifleil, 
Oliver Ingham, , 
Cale^ Thurk, 
EIia# j?g$s, 



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EliftiaBuell, Jafepfa Carrier, Timothy Phelps, 

John W. Parker, Bartholo. Turner,Daniel Wiiite, 
Jonathan Cole, Roger M'Call, Charles Williams, 
Ele'r RiChardfoti, Hee. Hartlhorn, Silas Brewfter. 

2 1 ft R£GT. Abel Andrus, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Shubael Hutchins, iftMaj. Mofes Robbins, 2d Maj. 

Levi Robinfon, Adjutant. Joel Benedict, Chaplain 

Benjamin Andras, Quarter Matter. George Middiai 

ton, Pay Maffcer. Daniel Gordon, Surgeon. 

Matrofs Company, 

Shubael Brown, Capt. Davis CJeaveland,^ift Lieut 

Hatkan Pike, 2«d Lieut. Daniel Sea-stes, 3d Lieut. 

Grenadier (.ompany. 

Cap tarns. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Rofweli Farifti, Afa Nowlen, . Peter Morfe. 

Light Infantry. 
Jacob Cleaveland, Frederick Ancirus, Perez CleavelantJ 

Aaron Crary, fctf itbaniel Park, Tho's Wheeler, 
Afahel Bacon, Cha's Morfe, jr. Alba Hyde, 
John Campbell, John W'ylie, . Ehflta Tucker, 

J ! Kennedy, Samuel Douglafs, Oliver Parkhur# 

Silas Cleaveland, Afe Burges, A& Bu*t, 

Alexandii Caiton r Peter Buriingame,Ruifel Vaughn, 
Loring Robins, Jofeph Palmar, Gilmore Robbins 
Rofweli Farlnon, Jacob Rude, baniuel Sprague, 

Koiwell Morgas, Benjamin Wood, Samuel Clark. 



Fifth Regt. Cavalry, annexed to 5th Brigadt 

Jacob Loomis, Lieut- Col. Commandant. 

Timothy Prince, M.jor. Ezekiel Wtekwire, Adj 
Oliver Dodge, Chaplain. Stephen Buckingham, 'Qua 
te.r M after. Ifaac Morgaa, Pay Ma&yr, Th»d^«i 
Clark j Stugeon, 



r# Company. 



2d Company. 



, 3d Company. 



4th Company. 



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'Fphraim B. Fay, Captaii*. 
)Ahcl Abbee, ift Lieut. 
) Origin Storrs, 2d do. 
_ Samuel Dorrance, Cccnet. 
"Erad us Hougji, Captain. 
) Nathan Gallup, I ft Lieut. 
) alias Parkhurft, 2d do. 
jjoliri Fim, Crxnct. 

-Shr.oi Fitch, Cjapt. 
yifaian Looruis, ift Lieut. 
) of-ph M'efcaV, 2d do- 

_ ohn Nowcomb, Cornet. 



Ohefter Child 

Squire Steffi oil 

ahn W. CMi 

Chefter C:>d* 



Captain. 
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«wS3£3S^i-U^- 



b-IXTH BRIGADEo 

tlfiah Tr'cv, Briga<fter General. 
Frederick Wo'coi-t,. Bn<i .'oc Mrjer and InfpecTor. 

5 ? 14 • '* RfcGT. Adonijah Strong, Lieut. Col.. Commr.ndt. 
ki j.b Stanton, ill ivlaj Jeremiah \y, lihtlp, 2d M«*j. 

obn SUman, Aelyutant.. Joseph W. CroiiVnan* Chap- 
laia. liirarn E**tYv.icJv, garter- e-Tailer. Caleb A af. 
Surgeon. Jeremiah Welch, Surgeon's '"ate. 

Catituins. Lieutenants'. ' Er.jigns. 

Miles Lewis, Salmon Kant, Edmund JDumvmgy 

I^ot Norton,, jnn. Jofepb Canneid,jr.PhiIo Nichols, 
S Banns Paelps, Nat. Stephens, jr.EIizur Monger, 



al Ber.j. Goodrich,. David Hunt, Eiima Ha 

5|yoicphBecl.ley,jr.John Halubird, J. FL 
John U re, 



Joicp'i 
'♦Alio Lee, 



orsiord, jun. 
Jereju'fa BuibnelL 



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Daniel John ftony Samuel BifTell, 
Stephen Allen, H. Vandeurfon, 
Stephen Holt, Lawrence Mills, 
Daniel Pettibone, Afael Cafe, 
Elifha Hinfdale, Silas Franklin, 



Stephen Reed, 
Tho's Tupper,jun. 
R. Humphrey, 
John Bradley, 
John Rood. 



i7tfaREGT. Hezekiah Hopkins, Lieut. Col. Command!. 
Heber Stone, i ft Major. Ephraim Kirby, 2d Major. 

Joel Bradley, Adjutant. Judah Champion, Chap- 
lain. Roger Skinner, Quarter Mafter. Daniel W< 
Lewis, Pay Mafter. Abel Catlin, jun. Surgeon. 

Captains. lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Lewis Kilburn, Thomas Collier, James Stone, 

James Birge, 

Salmon Buell, 

Liman Catlin, 

Rofwell Willfon, "jofeph Phelps, 

Eldad Gibbs, Elias Hinfdall, 

Daniel Scovill, Levi Frifbie, 

Stephen Ramfey, Seth Coe, Wm. Battle, 

Tho's Catlin, jun. Solomon Simons, Hezekiah Smith, 

James Marfh, Nathan'! Marfn. 



Norman Buell, 
Fred. Phelps, 
Jofeph Taylor, 
Nat. Goodwin, 
Hav. Thompfon 
Ifaiah Tuthill, 



Eliada Ofborn, 
Horace Baldwin, 
Jofiah Pond, 



25th Regt. Ozias Bronfon, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Ifrael Jones, ift Major. Martin Coffett, 2d Major. 

Phineas CadwelJ, Adjutant. Publius V. Booge, 
Chaplain. JefTe Hill, Quarter Mafter. Jeremiah 
Willcox, Surgeon. llofwell Abernathy, Surgeon'* > 
Mate.. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Mofes Kellogg, Jehiel Benham, Jofeph Cowles, 

John Giddings, Abel Mofes, Thomas Buflinell, 

Benoni Bronfon, Samuel Wetmore,Benj. Benedict, 

Humphrey Cafe, Nathaniel Lewis, Seth Smith, 

Abner Newton, Sam'J Sutliff, Phineas Holcomb, 

Arah Phelps, James Porter, Reuben Rockwell,. 



t *°7 ] 

G. Frazier, John Wright, 

Abner Cafe, 
EHphalet Auftin, Earles Tharp, 
Samuel Blakeflee, Ifaac Fillby, 



Zeans Willfen, 
Jehiel Wilcox, 
SylvefterSeymour, 
Mofes Wright, 



35th Regt. Auguftin Taylor, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Benjamin Gold, 1 ft Major. Timothy Hale, Id Major, 

Ifaac Hunt, Adjutant. Cotton M. Smith, Chaplain. 
Oliver Burnham, Quarter Mailer. George King, 
Paymafter. Samuel R. Gage, Surgeon. Eliflia North, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Empgns. 

Noah Rogers, John Reed, 

Damas Mather, Wait Williams, Jofhua Lovely, 
Benjamin Bell, Neh. Clark, 

Jeffe Stanley, Timothy Collins, Seth Warham, jr. 

Daniel Gay, Calvin Gay, AdonijahGrifwold, 

John Fuller, Seth Wright, Solomon Beard, 

A. Humphrey, Levi Humphrey, John Dickinfon, 
T. St. John, Allen Barftow, P. B. Lane, 

Amos Briftol, Charles fackfon, John Mills, 
Sam'l Canfield, Judfon Canfield, Dan'l St. John. 

Sixth Regt. Cavalry, annexed to 6th Brigade. 

Elifha Lewis, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

John Sedgwick, 2d. Major. Aaron Smith, Adju- 
tant. Afahel Hooker, Chaplain. Nortnan Grifwoid, 
Quarter Matter. Samuel Carrington, Surgeon. 

^Ruffell Hunt, Gftpfaln. 

> Abraham Burt, ift Lieutenant. 

) David Patterfon, 2d Lieutenant. 



1 ft Company. 



2d Corrfpany. 



"David Thompson, Captain. 
) William Grant, ift Lieutenant. 
)Thaddeus Grifwoid, 2d Liedtfettattt. 
,Ira Lo'omis, Cotnct. 



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Q Martin Smith, Captain. 
3d Company. jChapncey Seymour, i ft Lieutenant. 
} Benjamin Wells, 2d Lieutenant. 
Cifaac Jones, Cornet. 

rChriftopber Johnfon, Capiain. 
4*h Company. } JfT* Bradley, ift Lieutenant, 
p Elijah Gaylor, 2d Lieutenant. 
C Jacob Kilborn, Cornet. 



Seventh Brigade. 

No Return of Infantry, 
Seventh Regt. Cav ALRY,annexed to 7th Brio-ad 

Daniel Gridley, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Jeremiah Cowles, Major. William 5, fudd, Arij-I 
tant. Jofeph Waftiburn, Chaplain. Ebenezer S. Gle| 
fon, Quarter M after. Seth Cowles, Faymafter. Uri.I 
Tracy, Surgeon. James Wells, Surgeon's Mat! 
William Williams, Sergeant Major. Eieazer M. Kl 
berts, Quarter Mafter Sergeant. 



Eighth Brigade. 



David Judfon, Brigadier General. 
John Tallmadge, Brigade Major and.Infpector. 

13th Uegt. JoeS Hinman, Lieut. Coi. Commandant 
EphraimHinman, iftMaj. G. H. C'lmun^ham, 2 J M:» 

David Tallman, Adjutant. Noah Benedict, Chaj 
lain. Phineas Pond, Quarter Mutter. Richard i 



Captains, 
Jofhua Church, 
Neh. Lambert, 
John Bulford, 
Abraham Brunfon 
Jofeph Hicock, 
Afa Stoddard, 
Noah Martin, 
Sam'l Willar, 
Bethuel Treat, 
L. Duning, 



C IC9 ] 

Mar/hall, Pay-Matter. Nathaniel Perry, Sutgeon. 
Anthony Barrett, Surgeon's Mate. 



hi cut en ants. 
Afa Ofborne, 
M. Leavenworth 
N. A. Stoddard, 
,Juftus Hinman, 
Adoniram Miner, 
lfaac Demons, 
Dan'l Warner, 
David Hammond, 
Tiiu'y Strong, 
Zen as Ward, 



• Enfigns. 
Dan'l Jackibn, 
,Hez. Hine, 
beliv. Painter, 
Lewis StUes, 
Dan' I Bacon, 
Benj'm Judfon, 2d. 
Nathan Hawley, 
Philo Pearce, 
James Biakeilec. 



26th R.EGT. Daniel Potter, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
\Vm. Leavenworth, lit Major. N. Baldwin, 2d Maj, 



[No return of Staff.] 



Captains. 
phn Kingibury, 
liiha Froft, 
efTe Hopkins, 
laleb Hickox, 
lAmos Seymour, 
Stiles Hotchkifs, 
[Street Richards, 
BUevi Rn.nforr, 
pan' 1 Smith, 
Slfaac jadd, 



Lieutenants. 
Sam'l Harrifon, 
Am. Tallmadge, 
Jared Prichard, 
Richard Fenn, . 
Micah Blakflee, 
E'eazer Judd, 
Joiiah Turn 11, 
Mark Warner, 
Jofeph Brunicn, 
Eph'm TuthiSl, 
Walter Judd, 



Enfigns. 
Daniel Clark, 
Allen Wells, 
Elijah Nettleton, 
John Merriam, 
Sheldon Scovel, 
Garret Smith, 
E. Hickox, 
Jofiah Twichel, 
Abraham Hickox, 
Japhet Benuni, 
Jofeph B. Cande. 



29th Hcgt. Perry Averill, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Ozias Buell, ift Major. Reuben Warner, 2d Major. 

Lyiander Curtis, Adjutant. -Stanley Griiwold^ Chap- 
Ilain. AlherCanfieJd, Quarter Maimer. \ Philo Ruggjes, 
K 



Pay Matter* CI* 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains, 
B. Ingerfoll, 
Peter Pratt, jnn 
B. Hi Boftwick, 
R. Fuller, 
Eph'm Tarmer, 
Wm. Cogfwell, 
E lima Stewart, 
E. Trowbridge, 



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auncy Lowry, Surgeon. Eben. Smith, 



Lieutenants. 
Abr'm Kiyes, 
E. Chamberlain, 
Beebe Hine, 
Abiiah Berry, 
Abner Hollefter, 
Salmon Sacket, 
Rich' d Elliott,, 
Amos Plubbell, 
Geo. C. Smith, 



Jafper Bennett, 
Abr'm Fuller, 
Nath'l Taylor, 
Ethel Carter, 
Tim. Michel, 
Eleaz-r Warner, 
Milton Curtis, 
Nat. Averill, 
Bennet Peguet* 
Rufus Clark. ' 



No return of the 13th Regiment. 
Eighth Regt. Cavalry, annexed to Sth Brigade. 

Robert Hannah, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Win. Taylor, Major. 
George D. Gallon, Adjutant. Azel Backus, Chap* 
]a'n. Samuel W. Southmayd, Pay Mailer. Titus 
Bail, Surgeon. 



1 ft Company. 



"Azel Benedict, Captain. 
) David Camp, jun. ift Lieutenant* 
) Andrew Martin, 2d Lieutenant. 
m Nathan Ramfey, Corn-et. 



f Edmond Lockwood, Captain. 

« 1 r™«^,r }Seth Comftock, ift Lieutenant. 
2d Company. ^ Ifracl Holmes / 2d Lieutenant . 

(_Ira Brunfon, Cornet. 



3d Company. 



"Stephen Chittendon, Captain. 
) Anthony Gurnfey, ift Lieutenant* 
) Herman Canfleld, *2d Lieutenant* 
.Eli Barnes, Cornet. 



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(~ — , Captain. 

_ \Homer Sackett, i ft Lieutenants 
4th Company. ^ ? 2d Lieutenant. 

(.Cyrus Northrop, Cornet. 

Officers of 2?d Regiment, ia 7th Brigade. 

(facetted too hie for infcrtion in their proper place) 

•Samuel W. Dana, Lieut. Col. Gointsandiht. 

Giles Curtifs, lft Maj. Lemuel Storrs, 2d Maj. 

John Fifk, Adjutant. Nathan Fenn, Chaplain. Sam- 

il BigeJow, Quarter Mailer. Elnathan fcmith, jun,. 

'ay Matter. £lima Phelps, .Surgeon. . Wm. B. HaJJ, 

u) -ge on's Mate. 

Light Infantry..' 

Captains. Lieutenants. Kr/figns. 

J Dan' 1 Ken maw, Tho's Leverett, Bez'l Latimer, 
I Seth Overton, Job Doan, Wm. C. Hall. 



Lenj. Williams, 
Vm. 11 annoy, 
J/m Hedges, 
(avid Hall, 
lab Savage, 
film Park, 
,liuia Coe, 
parrow Smith, 
in. Harris, 
:>feph Pelto;j, 



Francis £age, Jonathan Lev/ if, 
IfVajl Kelfey, jr. Jofeph Wells, 
Oliver Prout, 

Sannel W ilk ox,. Daniel White, 
Simeon North, Korea Goodrich, 
Anlel Brainercl, . L'lias Selden, 
Oliver Bailey, j. Miller, jun. j 
Samuel Brown, jabez Hall, 
Timothy Roberts, John Hubbard, 
Abner Sage, Samuel Peniieid. 



^REEMEN's MEETINGS in Connecticut, are by 
I Law held annually the third Monday in September; 
id on the Monday ney-t. following the firil Tuefday in 
pril. 



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State of Rhode-Ifland. 

LEGISLATIVE and EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Arthur Fenner, Efq. Governor. 
Samuel J. Potter, Efq. Deputy Governor. 

ASSISTANTS. 



Thomas G. Hazard, efq. 
Noah Matt hew fon, efq. 
Jonathan Comilock, efq. 
John Smith, efq. (GloceferJ 
John S. Cooke, efq. 



James Congdon, efq. 
Thomas Hoxn>, efq. 
Peleg Clark, efq. 
Job Wat fon, efq. 
John Karris, efq. ^ 

1 ■ Secretary. 

Henry Sherburne, efq. General Treafurer. 
James Burri].?, efq. Attorney General. 

Jufices of the Superior Court, Court of Affize and Gene- 
ral Goal Delivery. 

Hon. Peleg Arnold, efq. Chief. 

George Brown, efq. 2d, I Joihua Bicknell, efq. 4th, 
Walter Cooke, eTq. 3d, f Tho's Tillingliaft, efq. 5th 
Juftices of the Court of Common Pleas and General Sejfioti 

of the Peace, -within and for the County of Neiifort. 

Conftant Taber, efq. Chief, Oliver Dnrfee, efq. 2d 
Perez Richmond, efq. 3d, William Anthony, efq. 4th 
Nicholas Carr, efq. 5th. 

For the County of Providence. 

Caleb Harris, efq. Chief, John Burton, efq. 2d, Jobi 
Dorrance, efq. 3d, Arnold Paine, efq. 4th, Willian 
Tyler, efq. 5rh. 

For the County of Wajhwgton. 

Gideon Clarke, efq. Chief, Robert Stanton, efq. 2d 
Thomas Tcfft, efq. 3d, William Hammond, efq. 4th. 
John Waite, efq. 5th 

Far the County of Briftol. 

Samuel Allen, efq. Chief, William Barton, efq. 2d 



Jofiah Finney* efq. 3d, Jofeph Reynolds, efq. 4th, 
Daniel Cole, .efq. 3th'. 

For the County of Kent. 
Stephen ArnoJd, efq. Chief, Thomas Rice, efq.. 2d, 
Iiaac Johnfon, efq. 3 J, Benjamin Johnfon, efq. 4th, 
?n Greene, efq. 5th. $ 

Clerks of tie Superior Court. 
Yor the County of Njrwport, Chriftopher ElleVy, e£$. 
Providence, Paul Allen, Jan. efq. lVaffrington, ja »e3 
Sheldon, efq. B/ifcl, Jonathan Rufleil, efq. X.,;.% 
Andrew Boyd, efq. 

Clerks of the Court of Common Pleas. 
For the County cf tfawfQtt, Thomas Peckham{ efq. 
Providence, .j^'nes Feinvsr, efq. Wupington, Samuel 
I. Gardifcer, efq. Brifiol, JUcbard Smith, junr-eiq. 
Kent } Hopkins Cooke, efq. 

Pra Oftjiiig A ilomia . . 



Newport* 
Daniel Lyman, 
.Aiher Robbins, 
William Crooke, 
William V. King, 
William Hunter, 
Benjamin Hazard, 
Chnitopher E'lery, 
Edmond T. EHery, 
Ab'm R. Ellery, efq'rs. 

Providence 
Hon- David Howell, 
David L. Barnes, 
James Buniii, jun. 
George R. Burrill, 
George TilHnghafb, 
Paul Alien, jun. 



Nathaniel Searle, jun. 
Samuel Y/. Eridgham, 
Philip Crapo, 
Timothy Jones, efq'rs* 

V/rfhington. 
Hon. Eliflia R. Potter, 
Levi Totton, 
Cyius French, 
John Ilag*corn, 
V/m. Marchant, efq'rs* 

tirijicl. 
Hon. Wm. Bradford, 
G'lii a v.u s Bts y He s , 
William Allen, efq'rs. 

Kent. 
Hon. Ray Greene, efq. 



Sheriffs. 
Far the County of Newporty EdwaTd Thurfton ? eifc 



f m i 



rr&v-dcnc, Nehemiah Knigi.t, efq. V/afrlngton, WaltrT 
White, efq. BnjUl, RWhaid Smith, eiq. Xc;^, Jon- 
athan Niks, efq. 



bicit€ oi 



ermont. 



Isaac Tjchenoii, iifq. Governor. 
Paul B r i g h a m , E fq . Lie u t e n an t G o v c rn or* 

COUNCIL LO R S. 

GideOii Olin, 

Elijah Robiufon, 
Samuel Saiford,. 
John Strong, 
John White, 

Samuel Williams, efq'rs« v 
Abe I Spencer, efq, Spoaker of the Houfe. 
[Samuel Mattocks, efq* I reafurer. 
K o i w e ! 1 H opk ins, eiq. Secretary. 

Table of Rateable Poles and Eftates for-- 
Connecticut,. 

VoI/.Ctj. 
6j o 



William Chamberlain 
Jonas Gal u ilia, 
Stephen Jacob, 
Luke Knoulton, 
Cornelius Lynde, 
Ebenezer Marvin 



Cc 



::i 



POLLS from 2 1 to 70 years of age, at 

Polls from 18 to 21 years of age, at 30 

Oxen ana Bulls four years old, at io 
Cows, Steeis, Heifers and Bulls, 3 years, 

old, at i 7 
Stcerr, li.ifers and Bulls, of 2 .years 

old, at 3 
Stallion or Seed Horfe, more than 3yearsold, 67 

Cohering jacks, -. - - 34 

H'orfti kind of three year old, at 10 

fjorfe kind of two year old, at 7 



o i 



34.. He 






Horie kind of one year old, at. 



3- ^ 



:!: 



Ml 



C "5 ] 

IVftules, 3 years old and upwards, 

Mules, 2 years old, 

Mules, I year old, - • 

Acres of Plow -land, at 

Acres of Upland, Mowing and Clear 
pailure, ut 

Acres of Boggy-meadow mowed, at 

Acres of Boggy-meadow not mowed, at 

Acres of Meadow land in Hartford Coun- 
ty and Mii-Ucfex. 

Acres of other Meadow-land, at 

Acre.! of Buih.-pafture, at 

Acres of uninclofed Land, firft rate, at 

Acres of uninclofed Land, fecond rate, 
at 

ftcres of uninclofed Land, 3d rate, at 

loaches, at - 

Chariots, at - 

Phaetons j at 

2oachees, \ 

lurrioles, at 

Llhaifes, at 

liding Chairs with open Tops and Sulk- 
ies, at 

3rold Watches, at 

iilver and other Watches, at 

itcel and Brafs-wheel Clocks, at 

Aooden-wheel Clocks, at 

)unces of Silver Plate, at I dollar and II cents 
. pe.r ounce, at 6 per Cent. 
poney onlnterelr, at 6 per cent. 

toufes Fire-piacfeS, at - 2 5Q 

Joules Fire places, depreciated one 

Quarter, at - - r 8$ 

Ioufes Fire-places, dkto I half, at I 25 

ioufes Fire places, do, 3 $)r. at - • . 6j 

MfciTnients, - * . * 



10 





7 





3 


l\ 


1 


67 


1 


34 




U 




34 


2 


50 


1 


n 




34 




34 




17 




9 


84 





67 





50 





17 





34 





17 


Q 


10 


O 


17 


O 


5 


O 


10 


O 


3 


34 



[ 116 j 

Government of 'the United States,. 

JOHN A DAMS, 

PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES, 
Commander in Chief of all the Military & Naval Forces* 

SALARY, 25,033 DOLLARS PER ANNUM : 

Which is neither to be increased nor dimini/bcd during they 
period for ~u>hieh he /ball have been elefted* 

MALCOM, 

Secretary to the President. 

Thomas Jefferson, 

Vke-Prefident, and Prefident of the Senate. 
Salary, 5,000 Dollars per Antmm, 



DEPART ME NT or. S T AT E, £*• 

Timothy Pickering, Maffachufetts, Secretary of Stated 
Oliver Woleott, Connecticut, Sec'ry of the TreafuryJ; 
jfahn ^eele, N. Carolina, Comptroller of the Treafury.4 
Richard Harrifon, Virginia, Auditor of the J reafury.j 
Jofeph Nourfo, Virginia, Regii-ler of the Treafury 
Tench Coxe, Pennfylvania, Commiiiianer of Revenue 
Samuel Meredith, Pemifylvania, Treafurer. 
James Mi Henry, Maryland, Secretary at War. 
Tench Francis, Purveyor of Public Supplies. 
Jam<?s WiJkinion, Brigadier General, and Commar.de 

of the Troops. 
Caleb Ssvan, Maiiachufetts, Pay-Mafter to the Army,. 
Samuel Ilodgden, Superktendant of Public Stores* 
Ruius Putnam, fcurvevor General,. 






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SENA 


TORS. 


he Prefident is to have no vote, unlefs equally divided. 


New- liampjhire . 


Nary/and. 


John jCangdon, 


Howard. 


Samuel Livennore, 




Majfachujittj. 


Virginia. 


Benjamin Goodhue, 


Stephen T. Ma Ton, 


Theodore Sedgwick. 


Henry Tazewell. 


Rhoie-ljland. 


North-'. aroJina. 


Theodore Fofter, 


Timothy Bloodworlhj 


Ray Greene. 


Alexander Martin. 


Gon'ncfticHt. 


South -Carolina* 


James H.llhoufe, 


1 Hunter, 


Uriah Tracy. 


Jacob Reed. 


New -York., 


Georgia. 


John Lawrence, 


James Gunn, 


Philip Schuyler. 


Jofiah Tetnell. 


Nev>-Jerfey. 


Vermont. 


John Rutherford, 


Nathaniel Chipman, 


Richard Stockton. 


Elijah Paine. 


Pennsylvania. 


Kentucky. 


William Bingham, 


John Brown, 


lames Rofs. 
Delaware, 


Humphrey Marfnall. 


Tenncjfee. 


John Vining, 


Andrew Jackfon, 


Henry Lr. timer. 


Jofeph Anderfon. 



Billiop White, Chaplain. 
Samuel A. Otis, Secretary to the Senate. 

FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES* 
Jonathan Dayton, Speaker. 



New- Viampjhire. 
Abiel Folic r, 
Jonathaa Freeman, 



William Gordon, 
Peleg Sprague, 



J 



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Maffdchufetts. 
Stephen Bullock, 
D wight F oiler, 
Nathaniel Freeman, jr. 
Samuel layman, 
HarrifoivG. Otis, 
I faac Parker, 
John Reec I, 
Sarrttrel Sewell, 
William Shepard, 
Thompfbn J. Skinner, 
George Thatcher, 
Jofeph B. Varnum, 
Peleg *Va< 'worth,. 
Bailer Bartlefi, 

Rhode-IJlaryi. 
Chriftopher G. Ch:<mp:ir 
Thomas Til! nigh ait. 

Comicclicut. 
Jpfeua Coit, 
Chauncy. Goodrich, 
Roger Grifwold, 
N a i' b a n ieJ 3 m it b,- 
jo!,-. -Ahn, 
Sar-iuei W". Dana, 
William £.dmond. , 

Vcrmc; : t. 
Matthew Lyon, 
Lewis Morris. 

New-Yerk. 
David Brookes, 
James, Cochran, 
Lsi':j»s 11 ,';,n :U>rpb, 
H iry GJerj) 
Jonathan N f Havens, 
II ■■ kiah L Hqfmer, 
Edward '-JLivingiton, 
John Van Allen, 



Philip Van Cortlandt, 
John Williams. 
New-Jerfey. 
Tonathan Dayton, 

james H. Imiay, 
James Schureman, 
Thomas Smnickfos, 
Mark Thompfon. 

Pennfy Ivan in. 
David Bard, 
John Chapman, 
George Ege, 
William Findley, 
Andrew Gregg', 
Albert G. llatin, 
John Andre Hanna, 
Thomas Hartley, 

John W. Kittera, 
Blair M'Clenachan, 
Samuel Sitgreaves, 
John Swanwick, 
Richard Thomas. 

DelauCarei 
James A. Bayard. 
M-aryiimd. 

George Bear, jun. 

William Craik, 

George Dent, 

John Dennis, 

William Hindman, 

William Mathtws, 

Samu 1 mith, 

Richard Sprigs jun. 

Virginia. 
Richard Brent, 
Samuel J. Cabell, 
Thomas Claiborne, 



t 

Mntthew Clay, 
J ohn Clopton, 
J oil n Dawf&p, 
Thomas Evans, 
William B Giles, 
Carter B. Harrifon, 
David Holmes, 
Walter Jones, 
James Macliin, 
Daniel Morgan, 
Anthony New, 
John Nicholas, 
Jofiah Parker, 
John Trigg, 
Abram Trigg, 
Abraham V enable* 

North-Carolina. 
Thomas Blount, 
Nathan Bryan, 
Dempfey Burgefs, 
James Gillefpie, 
William B. <Grave, 



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Matthew Locke, 
Nathaniel Macon, 
Jofeph M'Dowell, 
Ki chard Stanford, 
Robert Williams. 

South-Carolina. 
Lemuel Benton, 
Hubert G. Ha 1 per, 
John Rutledge, jun. 
Thomas Finckney, 
Win- Smith, of Pruohney 

Dijlritf. 
Thomas Sumter. 

Georgia. 
Abraham Baldwin, 
John Milledge. 

Kentucky. 
Thomas 1. Davis, 
John Fowler. 

Tenncjfee. 
William Clayborne. 



)na» W- Condy, Clerk of the Houfe of Reprefentatives. 
Afhbel Green, D. D. Chaplain. 

Judiciary of the United States. 

SUPREME COURT. 

[Oliver Ellfworth, of Connecticut, Chief Juflice. 

lilliam Cuming, of Maflzchufetts, ' 

nes Willfon, of Femifylvania, 

nes Iredell, of North Carolina, \ AfFociateJuflkeS 
lilliam Taterfon, of *New-Jerfey, 

ixuel Chafe, of Maryland, 



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Charles Lee, of Virginia, Attorney-General. 
— Waggoner, of Pennfylvania, Clerk. 

The Records of the Court of Errors and Appeals in cafej \ 
of capture j are lodged in the Clerk's office of this Court. 

JUDGES, &c. of the DISTRICT COURTS. 

f David SewalJ, Judge, iooo Dollars. 
| Daniel Davis, Attorney. 

John Hobby, Marlhal. 

David Howe, ") ^ 

Ralph Hart Bowles, V J?^*? 

SethTinkham, $ Marfl ^» 

Henry Sewall, Clerk. 

John Pickering, Judge, iooo Dollars. 

Jeremiah Smith, Attorney. 

Nathaniel Rogers, Mar&al. 

Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 

Samuel Hitchcock, Judge, iooo Doll: 

— — Marfh, Attorney. 

Jabez I. Fitch, Marfhal. 

Cephas Smith, Clerk. 

John Lowell, Judge, 1200 Dollars. 

John Davis, Attorney. 

i Samuel Bradford, Marlhal. 

.Nathan Goodale, Clerk. 

Benjamin Bourne, Judge, iooo Dolli 

iDavid L. Barnes, Attorney. 

I William Peck, Marlhal. 

.Edmund T. Ellery, Clerk. 

•Richard Law, judge, iooo Dollars. 

\ Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. 

> Philip B. Bradley, Marlhal. 

\ Simeon Baldwin, Clerk. 

Robert Throoo, Judge, 1 500 Dollar** 

I Richard Hirrifon, Attorney. 

) Aquila Giles, Marlhal. 

_Daniel Dunfcomb, Clerk. 



Diftricl: of \ 
Maine. 



Diftricl: of 
N.Hampihire. 



Diftricl: of 
Vermont. 



Diftricl: of 
MafTachufetts ' 



Diftricl of 
Rhode-Ifland. 



Diftricl: of 
Connecticut. ' 



Diftricl: of 
New-York. ' 



Jo 



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("Robert Morris, Judge, 1020 Dollars. 
Diitrift of S Abraham Ogden, Attorney. 
New-Jerfey. j Thomas Lowry, Manual. 

C Robert Boggs, Clerk. 

(•Richard Peters, Judge, 1600 Dollars. 
Diflrict of S William Rawle, Attorney. 
Pennfylvania. ^William Nichols, Marfhal. 

C Samuel Caldwell, Clerk. 

/'Gunning Bedford, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 
Diftrift of N George Read, jun. Attorney. 
Delaware. ^Robert Hamilton, Marihal. 

C Conway, Clerk. 

/•William Pacha, judge, iS'QO Dollars. 
Diftricl: of Szebulon Hollingfworth, Attorney. 
Maryland, j Jacob Graybel, Marflial. 

(_ Philip Moore, Clerk. 

/-Cyrus Griffin, Judge, 1800 Dollars. 
.Dl ft rift of S Thomas Nelion, jun. Attorney. 
Virginia. y David Meade, Randolph, Marfhal. 

Cwiliiani Marfhal, Clerk. 

("Harry limes, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 
Diftrift of \ William Clark, Attorney. 
Kentucky. S Samuel M'Dowell, Marfhal. 

(^Thomas Junftall, Clerk. 

■f John Sitgreaves, Judge, 1500 Dollars. 
Diftrift of N Benjamin Woods, Attorney. 
-Jo. Carolina, y Michael Payne, Marfhal. 

(^Abner Neale, Clerk. 

("Thomas Bee, Judge, 1800 Dollars. 
Diftriet of SThomas Parker, Attorney. 
o. Carolina. "\Cbarles B. Cochran, Marfhal. 

(^Thomas Hall, Clerk. 

r Jofeph Clay, jr. Judge, 1500 t)ollars, 
Diftrift of \ Charles Jackfon, Attorney. 
Georgia. "^Oliver Bowen, Marfhal. 

^Charles Harris, Clerk. 



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!John M'Nairy, Judge. 
Thomas Gray, Attorney. 
R.obert Mays, Marfhal. 
_ _, Clerk. 



Supervifors of the Revenue, 



New Hampjbire, 

Majfachufetts, 
Rhode ljly.net, 
Connecticut, 

Vermont, 

New-York, 

Ntw-Jerfey, 

JPennfylvania, 
Delaware, 
'Maryland, 
Virginia, 
North- Carolina, 
,':,'; -"arolina, 



Jofhua Went worth. 
Jonathan Jackfon. 
John S. Dexter. 
John Chefter. 
Nathaniel Brulh. 
Nicholas Fifti, 
Aaron Dunham. 
Kenry Miller. 
Andrew Barrett. 
John Kilty. 
Edward Carringtcn. 
William Polk. 
Daniel Stevens. 
John Mathews. 
Thomas Marfhall* 
John Overton. 



OFFICSilS 



Revenue Department. 



Fc t ; t 1 A of rVIaflachufetts. 

penj » o^or, for the Ports of Boll! 

p by coHgftor. 

.. Jexcife* 



cer. 
purveyor* 



Ipfwkh, 



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M-irbL'head, Samuel IlufTel Gerry, collector. 
Ncwburyporty Dudley Atkins Tyng, collector. 

Jonathan Titcom'u, naval officer, 

Mychaei Hodge, furveyor. 
Gloucefter } William Tuck, collector. 

Samuel Whittemore, furveyor. 

Afa And rev/ s, collector. 

Jeremiah Staniford, furveyor. 
l?lymouthy William Watfon, collector. 

Levi Blount, furveyor. 
tiVnftabley Jofeph Otis, colleclor. 

Wktuckety Stephen Huffey, collector, 

\igiirtowrty John Peafe, colleclor. 
ttw Bc'dfordy Edward Pope, colleclor. 
\ightorty Hodijah Baylies, colleclor. 

thobothy Lemuel Waytt, colleclor. 

|r£, Jofeph Tucker, colleclor. 

W°rf*^\ Jeremiah Hill, collector. 
'ppsrelboro' 5 

Whndy Nathaniel Fadre Fofdick, collector, 

Tames Lvnt, furveyor. 

thy William Webb, collector. 

'fcajjet, Francis Cook, colleclor. 

tfdobor'oughy Waterman Thomas, colleclor. 

mob/cot , John Lee, colleclor. 

\enchma7i*s-Bayy Melatiah Jordan, colleclor. 
AchuiSy t Stephen Smith, colleclor. 

'lfamaqupdy f Lewis F. Delefdernier, colleclor, 

fmaftotiy Thomas Vofe, furveyor. 

IDiftricl of Ncw-Hampfhire. 
'tfmouthy Jofeph Whipple, colleclor. 
Eleazer Ruilell, naval officer* 
Thomas Martin, furveyor. 

Diflricl of Vermont. 
rltngtony David Ruffell, collc&or. 



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Biitrift af Rhode-Ifland and Providence. 
tfeiifcrt, William Ellery, collector. 

Robert Cooke, naval officer* 
Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 
Providences Jeremiah Olney, collector. 
WiMIam Barton, furveyor. 
Eotnezer Thompfon, naval officer*. 
Patux't, J bfeph Abor n , fu r v eyor. 

No. Kmgfian, D. Eldredge Updike, furveyor. 
E aft -Greett-dich, Thomas Arnold, furveyor. 
Warren and ~> . ,„,.„. - 

BarringtM, $ Nathaniel PinHips, furveyor. 

Brifto!) Samuel Bofworth, furveyor. 

Paucatucky George Stilhnaa, furveyor. 



Diftrict of Connecticut. 
Neii-London, jedidiah Huntington, collector, 
Nathaniel Richards, furveyor- 
Jonathan Trot'c, Daniel Richards, Ebenezer Gc 
dard, Peter B. Harris, and Henry Jepfon, inspectors 
Ebenezer Douglas, and Archibald Robertfbn, Y/ltj 
ers, meafurers and gangers. 
<to?i : r,igton i Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. 
'Mtddhto"wn % Chauncy Whittleiey, collector. 
Comfort Sage, furveyor. 
Robert Warner, and tfaac Williams, infpectors 
tT<rw- Haven, David A nflin, collector. 

William Muxifon, furveyoC. 
Fazrfieid 9 iamuel .medley, collector. 

Sdjbrook, John Dickinfon, furveyor. 

The following commiffions are allowed to the i 
lectors of the duties of import and tonnage, en all I 
nies by them refpeitively received, ariiing on tonni 
and on all goods, wares and merchandize imported,, 
fums following, viz. 

To the collector of the diftrift of Bofton and Chai 
town, five eighths of one per cent. 



% 



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To the collector of the difirict of Salem, feven eighths 
of one per cent. 

To the collector of the diflrift of Newburyport, one 
and a qaarter per cent. 

To the collector of the diihdcls of Portsmouth, 
Portland, Newport, Providence and New-Haven, one 
and an half per cent. 

And to the collectors of the diftriels of Vermont, 
Gloucefter, MarbJehead, Plymouth, Barnflable, I 
tucket, Edgar town, New -Bedford, Bath, Wifcau" t:, 
Penoblcot, Frenchman's bay, Machias, Paifaniaquo y. f 
New-London, Middletown and Fairfield, two percent. 

Befides the above com millions, there is to he yearly 
allowed to the following officers the funis following, 
viz. 

To the collegers of the dift riots of York and PafTa- 
maquody, the fura of I 50 dollars each. 

To the collectors of the districts of Portsmouth, 
Vermont, Glouceiter, Plymouth, Barnftable, Nantuck- 
et, Edgartown, Newbedford, Biddefotd, Penobieot, 
I Frenchman's bay, Machias and Newport, the fum of 
100 dollars each. 

To the collectors of the districts of Marhlehead, 
Bath, Wifeaifet, and New-Haven, the fum of J50dol~ 
,ars each. 



MINT ESTABLIS H M E 


N T e 


Elias Boudinot, Director, Salary, 2000 


dollars 


Henry Voight, Chief Coiner, -1503 




Robert Scott, Kngraver, IZOO 




■ Richardlbn, fcflayer, 1500 




, mf. — ? Melt Officer, 1530 




Dr. Benjamin Rufh, Treafbrer, 1200 





'ofeph Kaberjbam y Poft-Mafter-General, falary 2400 del: 
Ckarks Burrell, AiTiftant, falary 1200 dollars. 

L a 



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COMMISSIONERS of LOANS. 



States. 


Officers. 


Salaries, 


T^cxi-llamppirCy 


William Gardiner, 


650 Dolls 


MnjfacbufcttS) 


Nathaniel Appleton,. 


1500 


Koodc-Ifland, > 


Jabez Bowen, 


6oo 


Connecticut^ 


William Imlay, 


IOO@ 


Nev.--Terky 


John Cochran, 


1500 


Nezi-Jerfey y 


James Ewing, 


700 


pem,jjivania y 


Stephen Moylan, 


j 500 


De la-war r, 


J^mes Tiiton, 


6oo 


Maryland y 


Benjamin H-irwcc:^ 


IOOO 


Virginia, 


Icbu jEJojjkins, 


1 500 


No: :/ ir-Carcl/n<i f 


William Skinner; 


1 000 


S:>ui';~Caroiltia % . 


John NeufvUle, 


IOOO 


Ceo^'ay 


Richard Wyiiy, 


700 


«KseosEsr«!aAi*«-c^« -..jM\ ■> **. ■_ . * :-ij&.*3Skq& 


3 /« 


lv'1: 


erf, Consuls* & 


From the -J3n 


\z.;S States at Foreign 


Places; 


"O UFUS K3 ' y "'G 
J\ Samuel Will 


miflifter at the Britifh court. 


lams, cGiilul ?.t London 




$arrmel BayaTd, cc 


mmerCial ?ger»t at Lone 


cm 


J amiss Maury, coi 


fill a fe x.ivt rpool. 




EUas Vanderbarft 


, conful atBriitol. 




tnas A'uVrjo, v 


ice-conful at P'ooL 





Edward Fox, conful at Fahi/outb. 
George Knox, confnl at Kingflon, upon Kail 
James Holmes, eoitfuJ at Bcif.ri, 
joftpb Wiifon', confivl at Dublin. 
Jacob Lewis, con iul -at the lile of France. 
Fulvar Skip with, coniul at Martinique. 
Jacob Mayer, confu: at Cape-Francois. 
Ki chard Yates, confu 1 fur the port and difni°t 
Aux Cayes, St. Domingo. . 



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John Gavino, conful for tbe port of Gibralter, 

William J. Miller, conful at Calcutta. 

Jofeph Pitcairn, conful at Paris. 

Nathaniel Cutting, conful at Havre de Grace. 

1ft. de la Motte, vice conful at ditto. 

Thomas Crafts, conful at Bourdeaux. 

Ifaac Cox Barnet, conful at the port of B reft. 

P. F. Dobree, vice conful at Nantz. 

Stephen Cathalan, vice conful at Marfeilles. 

Nathaniel Barrett, conful at Rouen. 

"William Vans, jun. conful at Morlaix. 

Francis CoHin, conful at Dunkirk. 

(David Humphreys, minuter at the Spanim court. 

~ jfeph M. Yznardi, conful at Cadiz. 

obert Montgomery, conful at Alicant. 
John $). Adams, minifter to the court of Berlin. 
Michael Murphy, conful at Malaga. 
William Vans Murray, mirrifter plenipotentiary to the 

republic of Batav4a. 

ylvanus Bourne, conful general for ditto. 

Pv.eldemeker, coiful for ch-e port of Rotterdam, 
I Matt. Ciarkfon, vice conful at St. Eultatius. 
muel Cooper Johonnot, vice conful at Dcmarara. 

benezer Bruih, conful at Surinam. 

;,dwarJ Church, conful at Lifi:>on. 

a/iiiiam Smith, pleniparentiary to. Portugal* 

homas Bulkley, conful at ditto. 

fcmuel llarrifon,. vice conful at ditto. 

on Cairo, vice conful at Oporto. 
de Ciamcufe Brown, deputy conful at ditto. 

— &onventurc>. vice conful at Beilem. 

jharl s C'NeiJ, d?piity conful at St. Ubes. 

olni Marfden Pintard, coiitiil at Madeira. 

ohn Cufman, conful at Otat-wa in Tenerifie. 

phn Clarke, vice conful at TeneriJJe. 

p'.ui Treat, vice coniul at Fayal. 

fctirad Frederick Wagner, conful st Trielle, in Ital/, 



[ 12* ] 

Joaquin Joe de Barros, vice conful at Cape de Verds. 

Benjamin Hamnel Phillips, conful at Curracoa. 

Henry Cooper, conful at Santa Cruz. 

Oliver pollock, commercial agent at the Havanna-b. 

Procopio Jacinto Pollock, conful for port of'N. Orleans 

Thomas Crafts, agent in the Weft-Indies. 

Peter Felichv, conful at Leghorn. 

John S. M. Mathieu, conful at Naples. 

Hans Rodolph Seabye, conful at Copenhagen. 

Elias Bachman, conful at Gotlenberg, in Sweden. 

John PariOi, conful at Hamburg. 

Arnold Delias, conful at Bremen. 

Fred. J. Wicheihaufen, eonful for the port of Bremen 

Frederick H. Wallafton, conful at Genoa. 

Philip Tvtfark, conful at Franconia, in Germany. 

William Willis, conful for the republic of Venice. 

James Simpfon, conful for Morocco. 

Joel Barlow, conful gen. for kingdom & city of Algiers 

James Leander Cat-hearts- conful for Tripoli. 

William E\ton, conful for city rind kingdom of Tunis 

Guifeppo Chiapp-', agent at Mpgador. 

John Miller Ruiiell, conful at St. Petersburg.. 

Thomas Randall, vice conful at Canton in China. 



Consuls, &e. from the French Republic. 

Citizen Letombe, conful at Philadelphia. 

Citizen* Mozard, conful at Bofton. 

Citizen Dupont, conful at Gk^rlelton. 

Citizen Rozier, vice conful at New- York. 

Citizen Arcambal, vice conful at Newport. 

Citizen Rey, vice conful at Wilmington, N. Carolina.. 

Citizen Penevert, agent of marine, at New -Lone! en 



Consuls, eVc. from the United Netherlands. 
Francis Van Berckcl, minister reftdent at Pluladelphi; 



[ I2 9 ] 

John ltofs, conful gen. from Hamburg, at Philadelphia. 

fobderick Leertouver, conful at Maflacbufetts and 
New-Hampfiiire. 

Herman Le Roy, conful for New-York I: New-Jerfey. 

J. H. C. Hcineker, conful for Pennfylvania and Del- 
aware. 

Adrian Valck, conful for Maryland and Virginia. 

Jan Booen Graves, conful for North and So. Carolina. 



Consuls, &c. from Spain. 
Don Carlos Martinez de Yrujp, miniiter from Spain. 
Jofeph Ignatia de Viar, conful general at Philadelphia, 
Thomas ' toughton, conful for New York. 
Jofeph Wife man, conful for Rhode- J Hand. 
John -toughton, conful for Maffachufetts. 
John B. Bernabew, conful for Maryland. 
Anthony A. Vilalobos, conful for Virginia. 
John Muiphy, conful for North and South-Carolina. 



Consuls, &c. from Great-Britain. 

Robert LKlon, envoy extraordinary and miniiter ple- 
nipotentiary. 

Edward Thornton, fecretary to the legation. 

Sir John Temple, conful general for the Eaftern Sta'»!:s. 

Thomas M'Donough, conful for the Rates of MafTa- 
chufetts, Rhode-Iiland, Connecticut and New-Ha*np« 
fnire, refidence at Bofton. 

Phineas Bond, conful general for the Middle and Sou* 
thern States, refidence at Philadelphia. 

Major Breeze, vice conful for Rhode-Iiland. 

John Hamilton, conful for Virginia. 

George Miller, conful for North -Corolina, South Car- 
olina, and Georgia, refidence at Charleftoji, 

Consuls from Portugal. 
Ignatius Palyart, conful general to the United Stat$l» 



I 



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Richard Codman, vice conful for M&ffachufetts. 
James Barry, vice cdhful fnc Maryland and Virginia. 
Francis James VerKnocke, vice conful for S. Carolina.. 
John Abrams, vice conful at New-York. 

Richard "oderftrom, conful from Sweden. 
Jofeph Winthrop, vice conful frona S.wedeOf ia South- 
Carolina and Georgia. 
Charles Godfrey Polefke, conful general from Pruflia. 

ComoiiffiLoners and Agents on the part of the 
United States. 

On the S^hjecl of Britijl Debts, 

Thomas Fitzfimons, fames Innes. x 

On Br /tip Spoliations. 

Chriftopher Gor?, William Pinckney, John Trumbull, 

To fettle the true St. Croix. 

Henry Knox, Egbert Benfon. 

David Lenox, Agent, to refide in Great- Britain, for 

the Relief and Protection of American Seamen. - 
John Read, Agent for the United States, tinder the ftxih 
Article of 'the Britifk Treaty. — To ujfifi the Attor- 
ney General. 

On Spanijh Spoliations. 

Matthew Clarkfou, Samuel Breck. 

For cifcertainiug the Boundary Line, purfuant to the third 

Article of the Spanijh Treaty. — Andrew Ellicott. 

Gommiffioners at Paris. 

Charles C. Pinekney, Elbrldge Gerry, John Mar Hi all.' 



Difference of High Water, at feveral Places 
from New-London. 

AT New-York, Tarpaulin-Cove and Saybrook bar, 
the fame as New-London ; at Rhode-Ifland and 
Amboy, 43 minutes fooner; at Providence, 25 minutes 



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fooncv ; at Sandy Hook, 2 hour-, and .p minutes foon- 
cr; at Albany, 3 hours and ten minutes fooner; at liof* 
ton, 2 hours and 20 minuter later; at Guilford and N. 
Haven, 2 hours and 5 ) minutes later ; at Philadelphia, 
5 hours and 20 minutes later; at Norwich Landing, 
45 minutes later; at Sagharbor and Southold-harbori 
% hours and 1 > mmutes later. 



R O A D S. 



(No. I.) 

Road to Newport. 
(Groton, mileSj 4 
jStonington, 5 

lPaucatucbridge,5 
~harleftown, 8 
jrower-Hill, 17 
ferry, 3 

(Newport, 7 

49 
(No. II.) 

^.ower road to P ro- 

A VIDENCE. 

poTowerhill, 39 
orthKingfton, 6 
reenwich, 10 
^julling-Mill, 3 
ovidence, 10 



6§ 
(No. Ill ) 
*iddle roadtoPro- 
dence&Bofton. 
urn pike, Mont- 
ville, 7 



Norwich, 7 

Lifbon, 6 

Flainfield, 8 

Voluntown, 4 

Scituate, 1 1 
— Manchefter, 3 

Providence, 12 

Attleborough, 9 

—•Holmes, 4 

Wrentham, 5 

Walpole, 8 

Dedham, 8 

Bollon, 1 x 

103 
(No. IV.) 

From Boflon to 
Nswburyport, 45 
From New bury - 
port to Ports- 
mouth, 22 
From P ortfmouth 
to Portland, 62 
Ft cm Portland to 
Machias, 203 

332 



(No. V.) 
Road to Hartford 

by Middletown. 
Montville, 7 

— Otis, 8 

— Chamberlain, 3 
Colchefter, 6 

— Arnold, 10 
«— Brown, 9 
Over the Ferry to 

Middletown, 1 
Rocky Hill, 7 
Wethersiield, 4 
Hartford, 4 

55 

(No. VI.) 
Road to Dartmouth 

College. 
Montville, 7 

Norwich, 7 

Franklin, 4 

Windham, 8 

Afhford, 14 

Union, 7 

Brimfield, 11 



Palmer, 6 

Bekhertown, 10 

Amherft, 8 

Suaderl&nd, 6 

Montague, 14 

Northfield, 6 

Hinfdale, 1 r 

Chefterfield, 9 
Weftmoreland, 9 

Walpole, 9 

Charleftown, S 

Claremont, 8 

Cornifh, 10 

Plainfield, 5 

Lebanon, 5 

College, 5 

(No. VII.) 
Road to New -Ha- 
ven and Netv- 
York. 
Lyme, 15 

Acrofs the Ferry 
v to Saybrook, 4 



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Killingworth, 9 

Guilford, 10 

Bran ford, 10 

New- Haven, 9 

Miltbrd, 10 

Stratford, 4 

Fairfield, 9 

Norwalk, 12 

Stamford, 9 

Horfeneck, 6 

Rye, 6 

Merineck, 4 

New-Kochel, 4 

Kingforidge, 9 

New-Ygric, 15 

145 
From New-York 
to Philadelphia. 
Newark, 10 

Elizabethtown, 6 
Woodbridge, io 
Brunfwick, 10 
TtnMileRun, 10 
Princeton, 8 



Trenton, r: 

Briftol, 10 

Penny Peck, 10 
Frankfort, 5 

Philadelphia, 5 

From Philadel- 
phia to Alexan- 
dria. 
Derbv, 7 

Chefter, £ 

Wilmington, is 
Chriftianabridgec 
Head Elk, J 

Charleftown, re 
Acrofs Safque- 

h an nab, 
Baltimore, 
Rope Ferry, 

— Spurrier's, 

— Rofe's, 
Alexandria, 

16 



RULES. 

To reduce Lawful Money to New- York and North 
Carolina Currency, to any given fum, add its thin 
part; and vice verfa, fubtracfc a fourth part. 

To reduce Lawful Money to New-Jerfey, &:c. Oij 
rency, add to any given fum its fourth part ; and via 
verfa, fubtract a fifth part. 

To reduce Lawful Money to South Carolina ant 
Georgia Currency, as 9 to 7 ; and vice verfa, as 7 ^ 
9, fo is the one currency to the other. 



STAMP LAW. 



AN ACT 

Laying Duties on ftamped Vellum, Parchment, 

and Paper. 

XJE »t enabled by the Senate and Houfe of Reprefenta- 

\Ck t,vcs of the United States of America, in Congrefs 

ffembled, That from and after the 31ft day of December 

lext, there fhall be levied, collec'ied and paid throughout 

he United States, the fcvcral ftarr.p duties following, to 

mt j for every fkin or piece of vellum, or parchment, or 

beet or piece of paper upon which fhall be written or 

minted any or either of the inftruments or writings follow- 

ng, to wit : any certificate of naturalization, five dollars j 

ny Hcenfe to pracYice or certificate of the admifiicn, en- 

olment or regiflry of any cownfellor, folicitcr, attorney, 

jdvocate or proctor in any court of the United States, the 

im often dollars ; any grant or letters patent under the 

:al or authority of the United States, except for lands 

i ranted for military fervices, four dollars 5 any exemplifi- 

i >tion or certified copy of any fuch grant or letters patent, 

iy charter party, bottomry, or respondentia bond, one 

pilar ; any receipt or other difcharge for or on account of 

py legacy left by any will or other teftamentary inftru- 

jent, or for any (hare or part of a perfcnal eftate divided by 

ce of any Aatute of diftributions, the amount thereof 

U be above the value of fifty, and fhaU not exceed the 

lue ofoce hundred dollars, twenty five cents ; where the 

|iOttiu thereof fhall exceed the value of one hundred dol- 

s, and fhall not exceed five hundred dollars, fifty cents 5 

|d for every further fum of five hundred dollars, the ad- 

ional fum of one dollar ; any policy of ks France or in- 

lament in nature thereof, whereby arty flips, veffels or 

^d$ going from one diftricl to another in the United 

tes, or from the United States to any foreign pert or 

ce, fhall be infured, to wit, if going from one diftricl to 

ther in the United States, twenty five cents j U going 



STAMP ACT. 

from the United States to any foreign port or place, when 
the fum for which infurance U made (hall not exceed five 
hundred dollars, twenty-five cents \ and when the fum 
infured fhaii exceed five hundred dollars, one dollar ; 
any exemplification of what nature foever, that fliali p&fs 
the foal of any court, other than fuch as it may be the du- 
ty of the clerk of fuch court to furnifh for theufe of the 
United States ; or tome particular ftate, fifty cents ; any 
bonds, bills, fingie or penal, foreign or inland bill of ex- 
change, prorrtlfrory note, or other note for the fectirity of 
money, according to the following fcale, viz. on all bonds, 
hills (ingle or penal, foreign or inland bills of exchange, 
promlrTory note or other note above twenty dollars, and 
not exceeding one hundred dollars, ten cents j above one; 
hundred dollars and not exceeding five hundred dolors* 
twenty five cents ; above five hundred and not exceeding; 
one thoufsnd dollars, fifty cents ; above one thoufand! 
dollars, feventy-five cents : Provided^ that if any bonds ori 
notes frnll be payable at or within fixty days, fuch bonds i 
or notes fhall be fubjeft to only two fifth parts of the duty, 
afcrefaid : and provided, that notes irTued by any of the 
hanks now eftahlifftsd, or which hereafter may be eftab- 
liihed Within the United States, (hall be fubjeel to a «?uty 
according to the following fcale, viz : On all notes not ex- 
ceeding fifty dollars, at the rate of three fifths of a cent for 
every dollar; above fifty dollars and not exceeding ont 
hundred dollars, fifty cents ; above one hundred dollars,' 
and not exceeding five hundred dollars, two dollars 5 sny 
proteft or other notarial aft, twenty five cents 5 any letter 
of attorney, except for invalid penfions, or to obtain oj 
fell warrants for lands granted by the United States, as 
bounty for military fervices performed in the late war, 
twenty-five cents ; any certificate or debenture for draw- 
back of cuftoms or duties for lefs than five hundred dol- 
lars, one dollar ; any certificate or debenture for five hurw 
6rt6 dollars, and not exceeding two thoufand dollars , twfl 
collars ; and on every certificate or debenture for more 
than two thoufand dollars, three dollars ; any note or biU 
of lading for any goods or merchandize to be exported,; 
if from one diftfrid to ano:ber of the United States, not be-) 



STAMP ACT. 

Ing in the fam*; date, ten cents ; if to be exported to any 
foreign port cr place, twenty-five cents ; .^ny inventory or 
catalogue of any furniture, goods or effects, rr.ade in any 
cafe required by law (except in cafes of goods and chattels 
diftraintd for rent or taxes, and £Oods taken in any legfcl 
procefs by any officer) fifty certs j any certificate of a 
ihare in the Bank of the United States, or of any Mate, or 
other bank, above twenty dollars, and not exceeding one 
hundred, ten cents 5 above one hundred dollars, twenty five 
cents j and for any ceuificate for every f.ch (hare under 
twenty dollars, at the rate of ten cents for one hundred dol- 
lars ; and the fame for any k'fs fum of the amount of the 
(hares expreffed in fuch certificate, provided, that nothing in 
this aft contained, [hall extend to charge with a duty, any le- 
gacy left by any will or other tefiamentary inftrument or any 
fhare or part of a perfonal ertate, to be divided by force cf 
any ftatute of diftributions which (hail be left to or di- 
vided arnon^ft, the wife, children* or ^rand children of 
|he pcrfon deceafed hutfbte 5 or making fuch will cr tes- 
tamentary inftrument, or any reoofn seance, bill, herd, or 
BfVher obligation or contnft, wliicft (hail be made to or 
with the U. Stares, or any rl^te, or for their uft refpeclively. 
"eft. 2. And be it further enatle d ', Tfeat in refp«ct to a~ 
-ry (tamp, on any of the notes cf the bank, rjowefbbiifhed, 
>r which hereafter rmy be established within the United 
>tate.;» it Hull be lawful for tl-.e fecretary of l&e tfeafury, 
agree to an annual compofition for the amount of fuch 
tamp duty, with any of the fail banks, for one ptr cen. 
urn on the amount of the annu.il dividend made by fuch 
anks, to their ftock holders rtfpcolively. 

Seft. 3. And be it further ma died, That all deeds and 
fritings whatfoever, for the payment of any fum of money, 
pon the contingency of the lofs cf any (hip, or goods, b- 
en or to be laden on board of any .'hip, or of damage there* 
:>, (hall be con (trued and adjudged to he policies of infu- 
ance, within this aft chargeable with the feveral rat-es of 
uty herein before mentioned. 

Seft. 4. And he it further enaFtedy That when zny ycffst, 
r any goods or merchandize, laden or to ba laden on bo w i 
f any vetfd, ui<tli bs iafared, a polio; du'7 rtviu^ iuil 



STAMP ACT. 

be IfTued, or made out, within th« fpace of three days at 
fartheft j and the infurer or in. r u,rer> neglecting to rnaUa 
out fuch policy or policies, within the time aforefaid, mall 
forfeit the funs of twenty dollars, for every foch neglect or 
offence ) and -all promirfory notes, cr other fecurity made 
for aiTuranee or affu ranees of mips goods or merchandize* 
at fea, or going to fea, in lieu of a policy, are hereby de- 
clared volar* 

Sect. 5. And he It further enabled, That every deed, in- 
ftrument, note, memorandum, letters or other writings be* 
tween the captain or mnfier, or owner of any fnip or ve/iel f 
and any merchant* trader or other pcrf©n, in refpeel to the 
hir« d or freight of fuch Chip or veffel, for conveyance of 
:\ny money, goods, wares, merchandize or efTecls, laden. 
:>r to be laden on hoard of fucfci ihip or vdfel, (hail be deem- 
ed and adjudged to be a charter patty. 

Se&. 6. And be it further exafleJ, That every receipt for 
? ;~ry [am of money, paid in whole or in part, of any lega- 
■■ Vt 01 :hare of perfonal eftate, diftributed as aforefaid, in 
tnec&fea in which a doty if hereby charged, mailexprefs 
ih< rfin the true fum which foall have been (o paid > in de- 
fault of which as well the perfon or perfons by whom 
the fame (hall have been paid, as the perfon or perfons by 
1 ho n the fame &&\\ have been received, foM\ feveraily for- 
feit ': nd pay the fu-i-i of twenty dollars : And every receipt 
In fuii, til ill bedeensed, for ttoe purpofeof charging the duij 
n-:'. herei>v fold, to be for the entire funj of fuch legacy or 
I ire " t n M"\ate, unlefs it dull be made to ap- 

Ij £uch part thereof, a& may not be expreifed id 
fuch receipt in full, was, previous thereto, paid, and upon 
If :; 1" or receipts, duly marked or itamped, according 
to ths directions of this a£fc. 

Se£l. 7. ^i #f // further enabled.. That every connfellor|j| 
{.">' c ror, attorney, proctor or advocate, who hath been, ol^i 
(hall be ad vutted, enrolled or registered, in any court ofl 
the United States, before he fball at any time after the uid 
thirty- firQ day of December next, profectite, carry on, of, 
defend any action, fjit or proceeding in any court of tm$ 
United Stares, (hall tai$|J oat a csrtitkare of f job ad.mftloifcj 
enrolment gr rsgiftry from the Qieric or Prouivnoto- 



STAMP ACT. 

tfie court granting fuch admiflion ; which certincjte he 
written on a piece of vellum, parchment or piper (tamped 
according to the direclions of this acl, and fuch clerk or 
prothonotary (hall make entry of fuch admiflion, enrolinenc 
or regiftry-, in a book to be by him kept for that purpofe, 
to which any perfon may at reafonable times have a<_ctfs 
without fee or reward : For which certificate and entry 
there fh all be paid to fuch clerk or prothonorory, by the 
fcjpervifor of the revenue for the diftiicl wherein fuch court 
fliall be held, the fura cf twenty five cents. 

Seel, S. And be it further enatfed, That the receiving a 
certificate as aforefaid in any one of the courts of the Uni- 
ted States, for any of the faid offices, (hall be a fufiicient 
admitfion in all the courts of the fame, for that or any o- 
ther oi the faid officeis, fo far as relates to the payment of 
the duties impofed by this acl 5 any thing therein contained 
to the contrary notwithftanding. 

Seel. 9. And be it further enacled^ That the feveral du- 
j ties aforefaid, (hall be levied, collected, received, and ac- 
counted for, by and under the immediate direction and 
managemef -itof the fupervifors and infpeclors of the revenue, 
and other officers of inl'pe&ion, fubjeel to the fuperinten- 
jdence, controul and direction of the treafury department, 
according to the refpeclive authority and duties of the of- 
|fices thereof. 

Seel. 10. And be it further enaSfed, That it (hall be the 
[duty of the fecretary of the treafury, to caufe to be provi- 
ded fo many marks and (lamps, differing from each other, 
is (hall -correfpsnd with the feveral rates of duty aforefaid 5 
that is to fay, one ma«-k or (lamp for each diilmcl rate ot* 
iuty ; with which marks and (lamps refpeclively (hali be 
larked or (lamped all vellum, parchment or paper, upon 
"hich (hall be written or printed, all or any of the feveral 
lilruments, writings, matters and things herein before 
numerated and charged, according to the nature and de- 
ription of each of the faid in/It uments, writings, matters 
lind things as are herein before fpecifud and defcrjbed 5 
Which faid feveral marks and ftamps mall be notified by a 
public notification, or advertifement, to be iifued by the 
A * 



i 



STAMP A C T^ 

Secretary oftheTreafury, ard infer ted in at leafl one newf- 
paper printed in each State, and in the territory North- 
Weft of the Ohio, and for not lefs than three months before 
the faid tbirty-fuft day of December next, to the end that 
all perfon3 may hsve due notice thereof 5 and which (ai-J 
marks and (lamps, or any of them fhall or may be altered 
©r renewed from time, to time, as the faid Secretary of the? 
Treafury fhall think fit, fo as like public notification 
thereof be made for a term not lefs than three month? be- 
fore fuch new fcamps or marks fhaH begin to be ufed. 

Seel, ix. And be it further enaBed y That the fupervifors 
of the revenue are hereby empowered and required, forth- 
with upon demand to them or any of them, made by any 
perfon or jeerfons, to (lamp or mask any quantities &r par- 
cels of vellum, parchment or psper (he or they paying to 
the fupervifors of the revenue refpeclively the refpeclive du- 
ties hereby directed to be paid for the fame) to ftamp and 
mark the fame accordingly, without any other fee or re- 
ward ; which ftampor mark fhall be afufficient difcharge 
for the feveral and refpecYivs duties hereby granted upon 
the faid vellum, parchment or paper which fhall be fo 
fbmped or marked. 

SedT. 12. And be U further tnafled, That if anv foyer- 
vifor of the revenue fhall fix any fuch mark or ftamp to 
any vellum, parchment or paper, upon fuch requeft or de- 
mand as aforefaid, before the feveral ard refpe<5Hve duties 
thereupon charged by this ael, ihall be duly anfwereri and 
paid, or fecured to be paid, he mall for every ftrth offence, 
forfeit his office, together w;ith the fum of five hundred 
dollars. 

Se&. 13. And be it further enaBedy That if any perfoit ■ 
crperfons, fhall write cr print, or caufe to be written of 
printed upon any unftamped vellum, parchment cr paper 
(with intent fraudulently to evade the duties impofed by 
this aft) any matters or thing* for which the faid velhisny 
parchment or paper is hereby charged to pay sny duty, < 
fhall write or print or caufe to be written or printed any mat- 
ter or thing upon any vellum, parchment or paper, that /hall 
be marked or (lamped for any lower duty th^n the duty by 
this aft payable, fuch perforvs fo offending, fhali for every 



STAMP ACT, 

fu-ch offence, forfeit the fum of one hundred dollars ; an f 
in cafe any clerk, officer or perfon, who in ttfpec? of any 
public office or employment, is or (hall be authorized or 
inftrufteoi to make, write or princ any dte6% inttrununts 
or writings, by this act charged to pay a duty, as aforesaid, 
ihall be guilty of any fraud or praclice to defraud or de- 
prive the United States of any duty by this acl payable, by 
making, writing or printing any fuch deed, inftrument, or 
writing, or caufing the fame to he made, written, or print- 
ed upon vellum, parchment, or paper, not marked or 
Ramped according to this ac"t (or upon vellum, parchment 
or paper marked or (lamped with mark or ftamp which 
he (hall know to be counterfeited) or by writing or print* 
ing any fuch deed, inftrument or other writing upon vel- 
lum, parchment or paper, that fhall be marked or ftarnped 
for a lower duty as aforefiid, every fuch clerk, officer cr 
perfon fo guilty, and being thereof lawfully convicted, (hall 
inflead of the penalty a foresaid, forfeit and pay the fum of 
ive hundred dollars ; and if an officer of the United States, 
hall in addition thereto, forfeit his office, and be difablect 
jo hold or enjoy the fame for the future ; and if any deed 
Inftrument, or writing wha<:foever, by this aft charged 
pith the payment of a duty, as aforefaid, mall contrary to 
he true inter. t and meaning thereof, be written or printed, 
ly any perfon or perfons whomfoever, upon vellum, parch- 
rienr, or paper, not marked or fUmped, for a loWe_fjck»ty 
han ought to be paid upon the fame, then ff and in every 
Lich cafe, there fhal! be paid to the United States, for their 
fe over and al-»ove the duty herein before charged theree-p- 
n, for ftamping every fuch deed, inftrument or writing, 
1*11 be pleaded or given in evidence in any court, or ad- 
mitted in any court to be available in law or equity, until 
fhall be ftamped as aforefaid. And the fupervifors ref- 
ectively are hereby enjoined and required, upon payment 
r tender of the faid duty and fum of ten dollars unto any 
f them, to m-*:k or Aamp the faid vellum, parchment er 
»per, with the mark or ftamp that fhsll be proper for 
rch deed r inftiument or writing, refpectiv-iy ; and if any 
erfonor perfons whatfoever, fhall counterfeit or forge any 

or mark to refembte any ftamp or mart? which fhall A 



STAMP ACT, 

efTe#, than if they had been written or printed on vellum* 
parchment or paper not marked or ftamped : And all 
per Cons who fhall write or prist any of the matters or 
things hereby charged, on fuch vellum, parchment or pa- 
per, after the fall time, (hail forfeit and fufTer a* herein 
before is enacted for perfons writing or printing on velium, 
parchment or paper, not marked or damped. 

Seel. 18. And be it further enafted, That all and every 
the officer and officers who mail be concerned in the levy- 
ing, collecting and receiving: the duties arifing by this act, 
fhall keep a fepar&te and diftinet account thereof, and ihalt 4U 
pay or remit the fame, as fpeedily as may be, after it fhall * 
be received, according to the orders of the department of 
the treafury. 

Sect. 19. And be it further enabled, That it fhall be law. 
fu] for the Prcfident of the United States, to caufe fuch |g 
Aim and fums of money to be expended «nd paid, from I 
time to time, for fahries, compenfacions, anrl other inci* I 
den'al charges as (hail be neceOary in and for the receiving! * 
collecting, levying or managing of the faid duties, fo a$K 
that thf, whole amount thereof mail not exceed rive per W. 
centum of the $ro!s total product of the faid duties. 

Sect. 10. And belt further enabled , That all fines, penal-sf 
ties and forfeitures, "which (hall be incurred bv virtue ofjP 
this act, fh>li be fued for and recovered in the name ofjB 
the United Stares, or of *he fupervifor of the revenue,iB 
within whole district* any fuch fine, penalty or forfeiture \ 
(hall have been incur? ed, by bii! or information, in any J 
circuit or diftrict court of the United States, or in anyjB 
court of either of the faid itates ; one half thereof to th$»5| 
ufe of the perfon who, if zr\ officer of infpection, mail/' 
firft difcover 5 if other than an officer of infpection, lhaftfB 
rlrit inform of rhe caufe whereby any fuch fine, penalty or \ 
forfeiture (hall have been incurred (except in the eafes in*.', 
which a different difpofiti on thereof m<»y have been herein, 
before made) and the other half to the ufe of the United 
States. 

Seft. 21. And he it further enact ed y That this act fhall 
continue and be in forse for and during the term of five 

v\ 



STAMP ACT, 

years, and frona thence to the end of the next feffion of 
Congrefs and no longer. 

JONATHAN DAYTON, Speaker 
of the Houfeof Representatives. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON, Vice-Prefident of the United 
States an»J Prefidert of the Senate, 
Approved — July 6, 1797. 

JOHN ADAMS, Prefident of the United 5$t3tes. 



TABLE 

Of the Intereft on Dollars, Cents 8c Mills at 6 per Cent; 



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value of any 
in Shillings, 



number of Cents from one 
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5 


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17 


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42 


2 


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67 


4 


1 


92 


5 


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18 


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43 


2 


7 


68 


4 


1 


93 


5 


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19 


1 1 3 


44 


2 


7 3 


69 


4 


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94 


5 


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30 


1 2 2 


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2 


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70 


4 


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95 


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96 


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47 


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72 


4 


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97 


5 


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2 3, 


142 


48 


2 


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73 


4 


4 2 


98 


5 


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24 


1 5 1 


49 


2 


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74 


4 


5 1 


99 


5 


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25 1 60 


50 -3 


75 


4 


6 


100 6 






Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
prefTed in Dollars or Units, Difmes or Tenths, Cents, 
Hundredths, and Mi lies or Thoufandth. A Dtfme beii 
the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cc«£ the hundredth part j 
a Dollar, and a M/7/f the thouiandth part of a Dollar. 

ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS. 

JUSTICES. Hartford, Enoch Perkins, Eph'm Root, 
J Andrew Kingibury. EajlJVindfor, Caleb Booth. 



C 147 ] 

Sims bury, Ezra Adams, Ifaac Owen. W ether sfidd, John 
Williams. Watcrbury, John King(bury. Colchefter, John 
Ifham, 2d. Groton, Starr Chefter. Lisbon., Levi Perkins. 
Danbury, James Clark. Huntington, Le Grand M. Lew- 
is. Norwalk, John Cannon. Reading, John Sanford. 
Colebrook, Samuel Mills. Roxbury, Phineas Smith. Win* 
thefter, Sam'l Hurlbut. Middletown, Matt. T. RuCell. 

Town Clerks. Bozrah, Eliph. Hnntingtoa. Barkhem* 
fted, Ifrael Jones, jr. Colebrook, Elijah Rockwell. Eaft- 
Haven, J ofi ah Bradley. Hartland, Prince Taylor, jun. 
Lebanon, Elkanah Tifdale. Middletown, Bezaleel Fife, 
Simsbury, Noah A. Phelps. 

State Collectors. AJhford, David Ke yes. Branford 9 
DanLinfley. Bropkfisld, Robert B. Ruggles. Brooklyne^ 
Vine Robinfon. Canterbury, Afael Bacon. Canaan, Silas 
Franklin. Chatham, Ralph Smith, 2d. Coventry, Levi 
Loomis. Corn-wall, Noah Rogers, jr. Colchefter, Solomon 
Scovill. Derby, Nathan Buckingham, jr. Eaft-Haddam^ 
Eben'r Holmes. Ellington, Calvin M'Cray. Fairfield^ 
Ifrael Bibbens. Gojhen, Daniel Baldwin. Guilford, D an J I 
Bart let, jr. Hartford, Nath'l Skinner. Haddam, Reuben 
R. Chapman. Hartland, Martin Smith. Huntington, A* 
mos B. Fairrnan. Killingly, John Lawrepce. Lebanon, 
James Mafon. Litchfield, James Stone. Lisbon, Fred'k 
Perkins. Lyme, Jofeph Noyes. Mansfield, Artemas Guy- 
ley. New-Fairfield, Sylvan us Stewart. New-Hartford 9 
Zachariah Watfon. New-Haven, Jofeph Peck. N. Mil- 
ford, Beebe Hine, Newtown, Eben'r Turner. Norwich., 
Benj. Tracy. Norwalk, Tho's Keeler. Norfolk, Philo 
£ritteau. Plymouth, Jeffe Scovill. Pomfret, Samuel Sum- 
ner, jr. Salisbury, Stephen Reed. Sharon, Cyprian Wal- 
do. Sonthbury, Benj. Pearce. Stafford, Calvin Edfon- 
Simsbury, Amafa Humphrey. Torringtoh, Daniel Dibble. 
Union, jofeph Griggs. Warren, Homer Sacket. Wcth- 
ersficld, Charles Treat. Wefton, Daniel Gray. Windfor t 
Elihu Drake. Willington, Elijah Hanks. Winchefier, Ho- 
race Higley. Woodftock f Chefter Child. Wsodbury, Phiio 
Mar ray .—Page 61, Dele " fir.ce ordained," &c, 



Henry Ludlow, Senate* of U. States, for Maryland. 
I N D E X. 



ALmanac, Englifh,/>. 4 
Do. French, 16 
AdditionsdrAlterations,i47 
Attornies, Circ. Court, 46 
t)o. Praftifmg, Conned. ? 
fee Counties, 3 

Academy, Chefhire, 61 
Agents and Commifiion- 
" ers on Treaties, 330 
Banks, - 65 

K s ;, - - £6 

Courts, Sittings, - So 

Do/ Probate, Conned!. 44 

Colleges, '1 53 

Clergy, - ° 35 

Commiili oners Leans, 126 

Cincinnati Society, - 62 

Connecticut Government. 

Exec. & Legiilative, 22 

Judicial & Civil, 29 

H ar tford C o u 11 ty, 2 9 

New-Haven do. 31 

New-London do. 33 

Fairfield do. - 35 

Windham do. - 37 

Litchfield do. - 39 

Middle fex do. - 41 

. Tolland do. - 43 

Duties on Merchandize, 67 

Do. on Tonnage, - 77 

Eclipfes, Sec. - 3 

: omen's Meeting, 1 1 1 

ree-Mafons, Connecl. 63 






Bo. Rhode-Ifland, - 65 
Lifts, Form of, - 114 
Mint, - 125 

Minifters, Confuls, &c. 1 26 
Militia, 88 

Medical Society, - 63 
Nomination, Council, 45 
Notaries, - 47 

Naval OiScer^ Fees, 78 
Poftage of Letters, - 66 
Rhode-Ifland. Govt. JI2 
Do. Attornies, - 113 
Roads, - - 135 

Rules to reduce Lawful 
Money, into N. York, 
N. Carolina, N. Jierfey, 
So. Carolina, and Geor- 
gia Currencies, - 132 
Stamp Act, - 133 

Tides, - - 130 

Table of Int. on £. s. d. 144 
Do. on Dols. & Cts. 143 
Town Clerks, Collectors 

&: Tieafurers, Conn. 48 
Vermont Governor, 

Council, &c. - n4 
U. States Executive, ir6 
Legiflativt?, - 117 
Judiciary, - 119 

Officers Revenue, 122 
Do. Poft-CWfice, 125 
Supervifors, - 12 



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FOR THE STATE OP 

Connecticut ; 

I 
For the Year of our LORD, | 

1 7 9 9 ; i 

i 
BEING THE TWENTY-THIRD OF f 
THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE 

UNITED STATES. \ 

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NEW-LONDON: 

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Printed and Sold ey g 

SAMUEL GREEN. k" 

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j Eclipses for the year 1799. $ 

THERE will be but two Eclipfes this year, and both 
of the Sun. The firft will be May 4th, at 7 o'clock 
a8 minutes in the evening, invifible. 

The fecond will be October 28th, at 45 m. 28 fee af- 
ternoon ; but the Penumbra will not quite reach our 
Vextex, confequently it will be invifible to us. 
\ This Eclipfe will be vifible at Charlefton, S. C. at 
half paft 11 o'clock in the morning about i£ digits E 
clipfed on the South-wefterly part of the fun. 

The center of the Penumbra will firft touch the Globe 
on the great weftern ocean, where the fun will rife to- 
tally Eclipfed ; from thence it will take a South Eafter- 
ly courfe, travel over the main continent of America, 
and exhibit a total Eclipfe to all the inhabitants in thofe 
regions under its direction. 

In its further progrefs, the partial (hade will traverfe 
the Caribean Sea, and Weft-Indies where there will be a 
partial vifible Eclipfe. 



MERCURY the planet neareft the Sun, on the ythj 
of May, being then in his lower conjunction,' X 
will pafs acrofs the face of the fun, fo that for 7 hours, 
he will appear like a black fpot on the Sun's difk. 
By calculation as follows : 

h. m. ") 
Mercury will begin to touch the Sun at 8 3 > morning 
jMiddle of the Traniit, - - n33j 

[Mercury leaves the Sun - 3 3 afternoon. 

Duration of the Tranfit 7 hours. 
Lattitude of Mercury at the middle 7 min. 35 fee. 



Vulgar Notes for 1799. 

Golden Number 14 | Epaft 

Cvcle of the Sun 16 I Dominical Letter F 






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12 


ihdh; 


5 




JANUARY hath 


31 days. 


New moon 5 day, ] I after. 


Ful 


1 moon 21 dav.i aftern. 


Kirft quart. 13 day, 10 after. 


Lait quart. 28 day, 6 morn. 


M|W| Calendar, Sec. |Q 


ri. |0i. |F. lea.j r.Js 


1 


3 Circum. P leaf ant 9 cold. 


7 


284 32 


5 10 


2 39 


2 


4 flow of clock 4 m. 


7 


2-8,4 3 2 


h 13 


3 57 


8 


5 Days length cjh. 6m. 


7 


27 


»4 33 


7 3 


5 H 


A 


5 afo//, lowry % Snow 


7 


26 


4 34 


7 53 


6 14 


5 


7 d © D . 0tt^ rain} y 


.26 


4 34 


8 44 


2)fets 


6 


"Epiph. J) lat. 4, 21 S;J7 


25 


4 35 


9 35 


4 50 


^ 


2 Ufottf M« flW*. 


1 


2 5 


4 35 


10 22 


5 5« 


3 7*s fouth 8h. 9m. 


7 


2 4 


4 3 ( " 


t 1 10 


6 5; 


9 


ty *fon ?w<?re pleafanty 


7 


24 


4 36 


,l 54 


8 , 


10 


5 D Apogee. £w* /fl<w 


7 


2 3 


4 36 


,2 37 


9 < r > 


11 


5| grows fever a 


7 


22 


4 3 8 


1 22 


101/ 


12] 


7* ctf/i ag&in, 


7 


21 


4 39 


1 59 


1112 


i; : 


t id Sun, p. Ep. n0D 


7 


2J 


4 39 


2 39 


morn 


1 <-: 


//dzy weather 


7 


20 


4 4° 


3 '9 


O 1 B 


1 


] Days length gh. 22m. 


7 


1 Q 


4 4* 


4 ■ 


1 l8 


!< 


f D oo< tncnfnowy. 


7 


18 


4 4* 


4 44 


2 


j 7 


S Changeable weather 


7 


18 


4 4 2 


5 83 3 26 


18 


Rain 


7 


** 


4 43 


6 43 4 3> 




"0inr &3*s<J #ii &1»* 


7 


16 


4 44 


7 19 


5 3* 


20 


$epiuag*fima Sund. 


7 


lr 


4 45 


8 15 


6 3* 


11 


' fw«iig # ends 6h. 29;^. 


7 


M 


4 4 6 


9 9 


T)rn< 


i 2 


? J lat. 4, 59 N. (£$© 


7 


J 3 


4 47 

4 4 


10 i 


5 53 


' u 


l ite?i or j now. 


7 


12 


10 ^6 


7 43 


^ 


: JJ Perig. 7*s fo. 7 ocl. 


7 


1 1 


4 49 


;i 48 


8 3? 


> : 1 


Conv. St. Paul. 


7 


10 


1 5* 


12 36 


9 4< 


. r. < 


}.' Snow or rain!'] 


9 


4 5 1 


1 25 


1 1 


?7" 


Sexageftma. or haiiij 


8 


4 5* 


2 14 


morn 


j8; 


' OQJ) Cold weather .7 


7 


4 53 


3 3 


if 


:( i 


1 Days encreafed 48m. J7 


6 


4 5i 


3 54 


1 2f 


i°- 


t 17 


5 


4 55 


4 46 


2 3<S 


i i '. 


, Q (low of clock 14m. 7 


3 


4 #> 


.<; 40' 3; * 1 



FEBRUARY hath 28 days. 



-f 



•Tew 'moon 4 day, 4 at rem. 
'iriTqfiart. 1 2 day, 7aftern. 



Full moon 2o clay, I morn 
Laft quar. 26 day, 3'aftern 



4|W| Calendar, &c, | ©r. iQQF.-iea. |r, 5 £ 

1 



CVd weather. 
Puri. V.M.Candiemas. 
Shrove Sunday. #£ry 
6 © j) jtvcre cold. 

} Bat, 4, 58 S. tkenfaow 
Baysleng. 2 oh. 8m. 

then rain erjnow, 
%$■ (low of dock 151x5. 
o^'jQ.uidragefirria, 
1J2 G. Washington b. 17 3 2 



7 
7 

6 59 

b 5 b 
6 55 

6 54 
6 53 
651 
6 50 



4 5« 

4 5 8 
o 



2^O0) J SI Pleafantjft 49 5 1 1 
^41 then low ry and fi 48(5 12 

^Vj! Valentine. rnuckfi 46J5 14 

5 61 a;^ *fow£ Mf/tf jrf»)ff.[? 45>5 *5 
(j^.Days lengt, ion. 32m, 6 44J5 16 
7'P'2d S. in knt. : Periiop. 
8'2{Twii. ends ^h. 56m. 
9 3iO ,n iK thunder. Som 



6 42J5 1 

6 41 5 i-9 

6 40 



6 34 

7 2 3 



44 



TO 25 

ii 6 

11 

12 



4 53 

5 54 

6 39 
) lets, 

S 5° 



46 8 
>6 9 



i!37 
i4 r 

(6a 

ff4 

#5 ... 
The planet Venus will he evening ^tt^r ^o the 

niddle of Q6iober, from thence morning *ftar to 

iflf.vWp's rpd. % 



6 
46 

33 
20 
ic 
o 
55 
5i 
4 7 
43 
37 
7i5 2 3 llQ 2( 



>i\ 



>0 4J#0 ^ p'erfiint zueithcrlG 38; 5 2 2| 9 
f li 5 | r 2Mat. 4, 8 -K 3 Peng ' 
>o;6 ; ruli tiaes. but zvet and 
jfp 'cijhy, ikenferaxe. 
3d in lent. St. Matthias 
Sharp c 9 lo\ folio tvea 
rj§) by rain & kail. 
then very cold. 
3 How of clock 13m 



6 3655 2411 
6 341,5 2^> i 2 

6 33 
6 32 
6 30 
6 20 
6 28 



5 2 7 
5 2 ^ 
5 3° 
5 3* 

fe 33 



1,5 

4 
2 54 

1 48 

2 42 

3 33 

4 *4 



5i 

53 
55 
5 

10 59 

11 30 
morn 

1 



2 

3 ** 

4 2C 

5 ^ 

6 11 

7 S 
)nfe 

7 20 

8 30 

9 53 

11 9 
morn 

25 

1 41 

2 5< 



ivj/\kv 11 na n gi udyb. 



10 



i!6 St. David. Much 

2I7 falling zvcithe? 

3 P 4th in lent. a> thi 
y*s fet midnight, fmd 
Days length irh. 18m. 6 
d©D Pleafant, thm6 
]) Apogi Blat.3,43 S 6 
lowry $ Jnow,rain or kail 6 
Co/d unc&mfortablt 6 
5th in lent. wither. 6 
>ft Pleafint.6 

3 butfoon changes 6 

4 0flow of clock 9m. 6 

5 n©j) tofnozucr rain. 6 

6 7*s let nh, 20m. 6 

7 Md?i pleafant 6 
Palm Sunday. Rain 6 

/;££>>. w^. 6 
Pleafant andfcrznt 6 

In r Days <£ nigh?: 6 
)Perig. <O0]> (equal 

6 GoodFri. j)lat. 2.3811 

7 High tides. Squat: y & 
Salter Sund.^igAjj o< 
£«ady Day. /rcar! 
Fwil. ends 7I1. 50m. 

A^ew f*/>d£ 

n$|]> pica/am 

wtatkc 

about tktft days 

1 (I Sund. paft Eafttfr. 

1 u i » * 



P'n! moon, 2i day,! 1 morn 
Laft qiuuf 28 day, 5 morn 



6 26-j 



6 2c 

6 20 

6 ' 



if 

I 

55 

4 s 

2/1 

6 

48 
29 

5 45J 11 10 
5 46J1 1 53 
5 48|i2 37 
5 49: * 2 4 



5 :v 

5 31 
5 37 

5 38 
5 39 
5 
5 42 

44 



5 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

9 
10 



5 

51 
5 5 6 
5 54 

53 
:> 5 
5 5° 
5 49 
5 47 



5 5o 

5 52 



5 53. 3 5? 
5 55i 4 50 
5 56 ! 5 4 
5 57j 6 

5 59 7 
608 

2 9 
310 

4* 1 
611 

7 

9 



3( 
28 

2C 

4 



6 

6 10 
611 
6 13 
6 14 
5 45K rj 



12 39 

1 32 

2 28 

3 2 5 

4 M 
5 

5 50 



3 3' 

4 *j 

5 ii 

5 4, 

6 2 
jfets 

7 5< 
9 ' 

10 > 

11 11 
morn 

o i-« 



2 2: 

3 2 < 

4 ; 

4 51 

5 ti 

6 c 
^rife 

7 35 

8 51 

io 8 
11 21 

morn. 

33| 

1 37 

2 4 1 

3 22 

4 2 



A A 



APRIL hath 30 cLys. \ 


Kew moon, 5 clay, 3 morn. 


Full moon, 19 day, 7 after' 


Firft quar. 12 day,$ aftern. 


Lafl qu?.r. 26 day, 6 after 


M|W| Calendar, &c, $ri.[&£| F.fca.|r.Js. 


1 2 


Days length 1 2h, 34m, 


5 43 


6 17 


6 36 


4 3 l 


' 23 


Warm and per hap. 


5 4 2 


6 18 


7 18 


5 2 


: 34 


thunder in fom.e places. 


5 4 1 


6 to. 


7 59 

8 39 


5 28 


45 


P leaf ant and ferene. 


5 39 


6 21 


5-57 


.56 


D Apogee. 6 © D 


5 38 


6 22 


9 18 


> fets. 


6 7 


J lat. 1. 1 4 S.Dir/ fotyry 5 -36J6 24 


9 t4 


•: 7 . 53 


■ 7lh 


' 2d p. Eafter. J$ cool 5 35j6 25 


10 4 oj 8 57 


8; 2 


weather for thefeufon;^ 34 


6 26 


ii 2710 3 


9 3 


7*s fet gh. 50m. a> 326 2b? 


12 lg'il 8 


10, 


told rain about 5 316 29 


1 3 


morn. 


1 l?c 


this time, f&g$fa 3° 6 3° 


* 54 


10 


pW« 


> Of) cfl/mU 286 32 


2 47 


1 9 


137-^ and clock even, k 276 33 


3 40 


2 1 


|t'4jFfgJ p. Eafter. Pucfan^ 266 34 


4 34 


2 52 


1 ;- 


> and ferene. ]$ 246 36 


5 28 


3 * 8 


\&\[ 


j Lorury and rain. 


5 2 3M7 
5 226 38 


6 18 


4 5 


\T< 


1 Days len. 13b. 16m. 


7 7 


4 33 


t8 ;f 


j jStaitf or jnozo 8t haiL 


5 U 6 3a 


S 58 


5 * 


19S 


5 c? 3 / J Perige." ^5 196 41 


8 £0 


> rife. 


-O/ 


7 ! j)iat.o, i'6N. O in .6:5 1: 8^42 


9 44 


7 53 


21J; 


7 41 h p. Eafler. hi. tides, k 1 7 6 43 


10 3 « 


9 M 


2 2' 


?. ! JFf**€ p leaf ant weather 1$ 1 5 6 ; 45 


ti 3 8 


*o 24 


*3L 


3 7*s fet 9 o'clock. |5 14.0 4 f 


12 31 


u 51 


»4 


$ #.)••.■ m* jjAifc jt£in<,]$ 136 47 


'I 23 


morn. 


2 5: 


I St. Mark Evan.' 


5 12^6 48 


2 16 


34 


26;< 


> D J5 ]) then rain 


5 lx « 6 4c 


3 * c 


1 22 


i 7 l 


71 and' perhaps thunder 


5 91® 5 ' 


3 57 


210 


28; 


7 ; Rogation Sunday. - 


5 8[f5* 


4 4-' 


2 41 


2 9 | 


2 J ' '>PUa f:mt weather 


5 7 ! ^ 53 


5 26 


3. 11 


80^'S faft of clock 3^. 


,5 « 66 54 


6 7 


3 33 



New moon, 4 day, 7 \ after. I Full moon, i9<lay,3morn 
Firft quart. 12 day, noon. \ La<r quart^26 day,n mor 

" 6 47 
7 2 7 



MAY ha'h 31 days. 



M|\Y J Calendar, &c. 



1j4G.Kl.Npt. St. Phil. & 



25 

62 

23 



10 
11 

12 

13 
14 

15 
16 

27 
18 

*9 

,20 

21 



2 3 

24 

25 . 

2§(F 

2 



A(c. Day, > Apo. (Ja 
AJpdl of pleajar. 
rj0> wtathti. 

Sund, pad Afcenfion. 
(> lat.0.38 N. 
Days leng. 1 4h. 4m. 
4 7*s fet 8 o'clock. 
Gen. Elecl. Hartford. 
Lotory 
and rain, 
Whit-Sunday. 

P leaf ant 

weather 

4 fa ft clock 4 m. 

5] J Perigee. Showry^ 

6 Pretty full tides. toa;ry 

Trinity Sund. <o@]) 

> lat. a, 42 S. Pteafant. 

3 © in n Rain 

2 2 [4! cn^ tkundei 

about this time. 

Days len. 14*1. 36m. 

Foggy mornings. 
iflS.p.Trin. n©< 
■fine growing 

3 . fen/on. 

4 Sen. Eba. Bofton. 

5 > Apogee. Pkafant 
weather. 



5 5 


6 55 


5 3 


6 57 
650 


5 2 


5 1 


6 59 


5 


7 


4 59 


7 1 


4 5« 


7 2 


4 57 


7 3 


4 5° 


7 4 


4 55 


7 5 


4 54 


7 6 


4 53 


?* 


4 5 2 


4 5i 


7 9 


4 5° 


7 10 


4 49 


7.11 


4 4« 


7 12 


4 47 


7 *'3 


4 4 6 


7 '4 


4 45 


7 »5 


4 44 


7 16 


4 43 


7 17 


4 4 2 


718 


4 42 


7 18 


4 4 1 


17 19 


4 4° 


7 2o 


4 39 


7 2, 


4 39 


72, 


4 3" 


7 22 


4 37 


7 2 3 


4 37 


7 2 3 



8 50 

9 34 

10 20 
1 6 

11 59 

i2 52 



1 
2 

3 
4 
5 8i 

5 5»; 

6 48 

7 38 

8 30 

9 2 5 

iO 22 

1 1 20 

12 14 

1 7 

1 55 

2 42; 

3 *5j 

4 9 

4 50 

5 30 

6 10 
6 51 



3 54 
4 

4 3^ 
^ lets, 

7 57 

9 « 

10 / 

mom 
o 1 

50 

1 37 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
4 

} rife. 

9 ^ 

10 2£ 

11 4 

morn 
o I 

47 

1 14 
1 
2 
2 
2 

3 



3^ 

54 



JUNE hath 30 d, 


ays. 




— 1 


r w moon 3 day, 10 morn. | Fi 


all moon 17 dav, 1 1 mor. 


rft quar. 1 3 day, 6 aftern. j Laft quart. 24 day, midni. 


1|W| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|.©fct|F.fea.!r. > s.- 


% {l 


Dft Ple^/ant, then 4 36*7 24 7 37 


3 2 7 




2d pad Trinity. 


1 3 6 


7 24 


823 


3 49 


m 


«j) 


4 35 


7 «5 


9 8 


Diets. 


43 


]) runs high. J lat. 3, 


4 34 


7 26 


9 53 


* 55 


54 


hrvry and rain. (48 N. 


4 34 


7 26 


1° 49- 9 5 b 


6|| 


Days len. 14b. 54m. 14 33 


7 2 7 


11 46 iO 56 


Zr 


Plea/ant 4 33 


7 27 


12 38 11 36 


87 


weather. 


4 33 


7 2 7 


131 morn. 


gjFj^d paft Trinity. 


4 3 2 


7 28 


2 19 15 


OJ2 


1 wii. begins 2h. 16m. 


4 32 


7 28 


3 7 


42 


*8 


i^'we plezjant ( n ^| J 


4 3 2 


7 28 


3 49 


1 10 


2:4 


a/£<zMer. 


4 3 1 


7 2 9 


4 4 1 


1 3 ! 


3 5 J) Perigee. 


4 3 1 


7 2 9 


5 3 2 


1-58 


4 6 |0 & clock even. Now 


4 3i 


7 2 9 


6 23 


2 26 


5 7j comei razn tffowf 


4 3 1 


7 2 9 


7 17 


2 55 


6;F s 4th paft Trinity. 


4 3 l 


7 2 9 


8 11 


3 *5 


l\*#Q J this time, 
83]) far S. > lat. 4,42 S. 


4 3 1 


7 2 9 


9 1 


>rf 


4 30 


7 3° 


95M 9 8 


1 9 4J a>z*tt thunder and 


4 3°7 3° 


10 5°; 3 54; 


10 5 


J lightning. 


4 3°|7 3° 
4 3° 7 3° 


1 1 49 so 40 


>i 6 


*20 in 25 Longed day. 


12 37 1 1 10 


22 j 


l\ Plea/ant. 


|4 3° 


7 3° 


1 24 11 39 


2 3 * 


%th paft Trinity. 


U3 C 


7 30! 2 6 


mom. 


24 j 


i!D§) P leaf ant 


4 3 c 


7 3° 


2 48 


1 


2 5; 


I St. John Baptift. 


43 l 


7 2 9 


3 2 9 


23 


26 ^ 


[ O Apogee. weather 


4 3 1 


■y 2c 


4 9 


O 44 


2 7^ 


5 forfome time. 


4 3 1 


7 20 


4 5i 


* n 


28, 


5©& ***< 


4 3 


7 2C 


5 83 


1 28 


29 


7 St. Peter. weather 


43 J 


7 2 < 


) 6 18 


1 5^ 


30: 


b 6th paft Trinity. 


4 3 1 


, 7 2C 


i 7 2 


2 22 



JULY hath 31 days 



Mew moon 2 day, 10 after. 
Firft qtiar. 9 day, midnight- 

MJWJ Calendar, &c? | r.j ,; {c.;i Jca.]r7>s. 



Full moon 16 day, 9 af cr 
La ft ouar. 24 d<v 6 after 



J 2 


2 3 


34 


4 5 

7*' 

82 


9 3 


1014 


1J 5 
12 6 



Pltajanty 

dO® thtnraiv. 

D*ar N, |iat.4. 33 N 

Independe r^ ce, '76. 

Days leng, i4h. 54m. 
Plea/ant, then 

7-h after Trin. 

ram and thunder. 

n0) Pkafant. 

]) Perigee. M*f* 

rain— then 
fine weather 
1317! Days fhortened 16m. 
i4JH8h pa ft Trin. 
t*$y $a#rjl 'W, thunde) 
i%;c?CS® znd fwie rain 
1714 Comuienc Cambridge. 
18J5 AiW<? (j lat. 4, 57 S. 
t^60 A^w of .clock 6m. 
20^7 ^ rain and thunder. 
2i\r^th pait Trin. 
22J2!© in ft Pleasant 

23*3: > Apogee, weather, 
244 U Q j) for fame 

Dog-days begfc St.Ja's. 

7*s rife 1 ih. 36m.* 
Oth pad Tun, 
29J2 t'undtr. Sultry* 

30|3 Days length 14b, 16m. 
8 11 4 A ■ ft 



2 5J5 
2616 



4 3 2 
4 3 2 
4 3 2 
4 33i 
4 33, 



28 
28 
28 

27 

2 7 

2 ? 



4 33|7 

4 34J7 26 

4 3.^:7 26 

4 3517 2 5 

4 3 6 ;7 2 4 

4 3% 2 4 

4 3717 2 3 

4 a«;7 2 * 

4 3 8 ,7 2 2 



1 
2 

3 

■4 *5 

5 58 

6 54 



4 397 2 

4 40-7 20 

4 40-7 20 

4 J1I7 10; IO 

4 42:7 i8|n 

4 43*7 x l 

4 43*7 *7 
4 44J7 l6 
4 45-7 M 

4 45J7 M 

4-47;7 *3 
4 48.7 1 2 

4 49'7 1 1 
4 50J7 10 



2 54 

<$tfets 

'8 41 

9 2^ 

10 10; 
10 39 



3 2 
56 
morn. 
o 

48, 

1 23 

1 54 



5° 2 3°; 



4 5 1 7 9 

4 5% 8 
i 7» 



2 5j & 



3/22 

4 7 



®ni 
8 31 



morn. 
o 13 

44 

1 30 



m 



New moon I day, 9 morn- j Full moon 15 day, 8 mor. 

Firft quart. 8 day* 6 morn. | Laft qr. 23 day, 11 morn 

New moon 30 day, 7 afternoon. 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 



& 



M|W| Calendar, &c. |^ri.|^fet,|F.fea.|r. j)s. 

9 *3 2> fets 



2 6 

37 



Lammas. <j©# Rain\^ 54 

}> iat. 4, 51 N. about 4 5^ 

M*/e dffly.r.4 56 

11th pad Tiin. I4 5 

]) Perigee, PleafantJ'4. 5 

P leaf ant. 4. 59 
7*srife ioh. 54m. [5 o 
D0® P lea/ant) 5 

P leaf ant weather J 5 
Days leng. igh. 52m. [5 
12th paft Trinity, I5 

7*s rife loh. 31m. \$ 
Hazy.fogry U 

^||J meatter$$ 

} lat. 4, 28 S. Ak*> 5 

comes rain 5 
1 3th pad Trin. j* 5 

]) Apogee.. plenty, '5 

yon wajv depend 5 16 
])<& 7*s rife 10 o'clock. 5 17 
fwili. errtis 8h. 22m. |*j 18 

© in np n 0*$. 

bU Barr holoinew. 
r 4th paft Tripi 

Prity %ood 
Days fhort. lh. gjbnft, 
rveatner to 
V© and clock even. 
5d©$ ifiW ^0/ f4f 



a 

1 

7 ° 

6 5 8 ; 

656! 

655' 

6654; 

7|6 53 ! 
8,6 53 | 

1 ij6 49 



5 25 

9 2 4 

9 5® 

10 16 

10 4/1 

fi 1 



10 7 

1058 

11 48 
1 2 36 

2 13 

3 3 

3 57J 1 * 

4 5Q;morn. 

5 45] 022 

6 38; I 2i 

7 30J a 25 

8 fc.1* 3 2 r 

9 9^*^ 

.. 9 55! 7 5 2 
12S6 48 10 37 8 

1 Jo 4%|l 1 1 Q! 8 

1-4 16 4 op 2 o; 8 59 
5 44|i'iB 40 9 21 



5 J ° 
5 fti 

5 23 
5 *8 

5 
528 



43 

42 

' 39 
6 38 

6 37 
5 35 
S« 

33 

6 3 c 



3° Ms 



i 22; o 43 

2 4|io it 

2 ,'",C iO 4 



3 r 

4 29 

5 21 

6 16 

7 
8 



11 2 
morn. 

C 

1 

2 4 " 

3 M 

8 Spiels. 

9 A 



7 26 



SEPTEMBER hath 30 day6. 


Firft quar. 6 day, I I mor. 


Laft qr. 21 day, midnight. 


Full moon, 13 d;iv,io after. 


New moon, 29 day, 4 mor. 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |'Q r.|©fet |F. fea.|r.])c 


1 I 


~|i5th p. Trinity. Hazy. 


5 31 6 29*1035 7 50 


1 : 


>«]) Perigee. tozory 


5 32:6 28 11 26j 8 2C 


3 


] Dog days end. ; rj /£tf/ w 


5 34 6 26 


12 17 8 4^ 


4 - 


1 Commen. Providence. 


5 35 


o 25 


1 9. 9 *; 


5 , 


3 Loivry, cola 


5 3 6 


6 24 


2 2! 9 5/ 


6 ( 


JD0) 7*s rile 9 o'cl. 


5 38 


6 22 


2 53 10 3 1 


2' 


1 TV. £ j'erm. 


5 39 


6 21 


3 50J12 2( 


8 


?■ 16th pa ft Trinity. 


5 4° 


6 20 


4 48 morn. 


9, 


2 Days leng. 12b. 36m. 


5 4 2 


6 !8 


5 37 21 


10 


3 Serine, cool 


5 43 


6 i 7 


6 26 


1 23 


11 


4 : Commcnc. N. Haven. 


.5 44 


6 16 


7 *4 


2 2' 


12 


5; Lozury, miff) . 


5 4 6 


6 14 


8. 1 


3 22 


13 


5 <? 3 > Hazy, warm. 


5 47 


6 iq 


8 44 


Jrife. 


M 


7) lat. 3, 14S. Squally. 


5 49.^ *** 


9 2 ^ 


6 4* 


^5 


L r . 17th pad Trin. 


5 5° ° *0 


10 7 


7 5 


16 


2 > Apogee. P leaf ant : 


5 .51 6 9 


1047 


7 2 4 


l 7 


3>& [*** }S 53^ 7 


11 28 


7 48 


18 


4I comes raw about 5 54 ;6 ( 


12 9 


8 t\ 


*9 


5 7*srife 8h. 16m. tAtirlg 556 5 


12 55 


•8 45 


20 


6 time, you may depend. § 57 '6 3 


1 5 1 


9 18 


21 


7 St. Matthew.' □ ■•$ > 5 58 6 2 


2 3110 6 


22 


F 18th p. Trin. @ in £= 5 59)6 1 


3 22 i 10 55 


2 3 


2 //i£/i winds, and 


6 15 59 


4 13 11 54 


24 


3 plenty of rain. 


6 25 58 


5 4morn. 


2 5 


4 Days leng. nh. 52m. 


6 4i5 5 6 


5 59\ 53 


26 


5 _ Merc pie of aw. 


6 5\5 55 


6 55! 2 13 


2 7 


6 weather. 


6 7\5 53 7 45! 3 33 
S q5 5 2 j 8 3 6 ! 4 4° 


28 


7 © fad clock 10m. 


2 9. 


F 19th p. Trin. St. Mich 


6 9J5 5* 9 27#fets. 


3 3 


2 > Perig. 5 lat.o,54N 


6 1 1 15 49 lo J 7l 6 53 





OCTOBER hai 


h 31 




day 


s. 


] 


Firft quart. 5 day, 8 after. | Lad qr. 


21 day, 4 aftern. 


Full moon 13 day, 3 after. | New moon 28 day, 1 after 


M|W| Calendar, &c. \Qr. 


0fet|F.fea.|r.])s. 


* 3 


{Very high tides. 


6 12 


5 


48 


11 7 


7 21 


24 


Plenty of 


6 13 


5 


47 


12 4 


7 59 


35 


Days length 1 iy hrs.. 


6 irf 


5 


45 


1 c 


8 38 


46 


i rain about [6 16 


5 


44 


1 56 


9 27 


5 7 


D0) this time, 6 17 


5 


A3 


2 52 


1017 


6b 


20th paft Trin. 


6 19 


5 


41 


3 45 


li 19 


72 


then p leaf ant 


6 205 


40 


4 37 


morn, 


8 g 


7*s rife jh. 8m. 


6 £1 


5 


39 


5 27 


22 


94 


zye^/A^r. 


6 2Q 


5 


37 


6 16 


1 32 


105 


Gen. C, N/ew-Haven.?6 24 


5 


3<> 


6 58 


* 43 


11 € 


Lczory, j6 26 


5 


34 


7 39 

8 19 


3 49 


127 


co/df, c/zi/Zy. 6 27 


5 


33 


4-54 


.13 r 


21 ft p. Trin. <f01>J6 28 


5 


3^ 


8 5* 


Jrife, 


1.4 -a 


J Apo. >lat. 0, 37 S.|6 30 


■5 


3° 


9 39 


6 4 


*5$ 


Stonington B, Alfocia.!6 31 


5 


2C 


lO 21 


6 29 


16U 


P leaf ant ^then'6 32 


5 


28 


11 4 


6 54 


^ 


fqually and rain„6 34 


5 


26 


11 50 


7 3° 


«M 


St. Luke Evangelift. J6 35 


5 


2 5 


12 36 


8 7 


*9f? 


Pleafant 6 36 5 


24 


1 26 


8 52 


2 °, r 


2 2d paft Trin. J6 38 


5 


£ 2 


2 1 7 


9 49 


2l;2 
j 


D0) weather ;6 39 


5 


21 


3 10 


!Q 55 


22'C 


1 /<?r thtftafon J 6 40 


5 


20 


4 3 


morn. 


2 3^ 


.0 in fl{ */?era !6 42 


5 


18 


4 52 


1 


B 4*5[0 ^ a ^ of clock 16m. '6 43 


5 


*7 


5 40 


1 ij3 


25 6J - Squally & rainy, ,16 44 


5 


l6 


6 32 


2 25 


2 6; 7' Days length lO^h, |6 45 


5 


15 


7 24 


3 45 


2 7] ] 


"23d paft Trin. (6 47I5 


*3 


8 16 


5 6 


b8« 


►St.Sim.&Jud. )Per.J6 48 


5 


12 


9 9 


) fcts. 


2 9J^ 


) { ]) lat. 1, 12 N. Cold}6 49 


5 


11 


10 2 


6 2 


8<* 


1 uncomfortable 6 51 


5 


9 


*° 57 


■6 38 


31 15 Full tides. weather. \6 52 


5 


8 


11 52 


7 *4 



XftTT 



>»! ^7rcn rw .-5- * 



, NOVEMBER hath 30 days. 


Firft quart. 4 day, 6 niorn. | Laftquar. 20 day, 5 mora. 


Pull moon 12 day, 9 morn, j New moon 26 day, 11 after. 


M|W| Calendar, Sec. |©ri.| 0f. |F. fca.jr. y s. 


i( 


) All faints. Windy, 6 53 


5 7i 12 


5° 


8 17 


2 ' 


7 rainy. 


6 54 


5 <> » 


48 


9 2 ° 


3' 


'24th pad Trinity. 


6 55 


5 ffl 2 


40 


10 25 


4 s 


sq0J AfwcA 


6 57 


5 3 3 


3 2 


11 31 


5: 


] cold, rainy 


6 58 


5 2 4 


*7 


morn. 


6, 


\ tv eat her, 


6 59 


5 *l 4 


52 


3 6 


ll 


5 Days length loh. 


7 


5^5 


44 


l 41 


5 about this time, 


7 * 


4 59 6 


26 


2 46 


9/ 


or I am miftakin. 


7 3 


4 57 7 


6 


3 -5° 


ic f 


25th pa ft Trinity. 


7 4 


4 5 6 , 7 


46 


4 53 


1 1 : 


1 ]) Apogee. j) ft 


7 5 


4 55, § 


2 7 


5 57 


12c 


[$P0> P leaf ant 


7 t 


4 54' 9 


9 


D riic. 


*3^ 


J) lat. 2, 22 N. /or 


7 7 


4 53: 9 53 


5 * 8 


14 r 


; 7*s S. oh. 15m. morn 


7 8 


4 5210 


4 j 


6 11 


Ȥ< 


> the Jeajov, — the.- 


7 9 


4 .£$1 


3° 


6 55 


16 7 


|0 fad of clock 15m, 


7 10 


4 50,12 


20 


7 5° 


17! 


26th pafl Trinity. 


7 11 


4 49 1 


ic 


8 46 


182 


Day break g-ft. 29m. 


7 12 


4 48 2 





9 54- 


?93 


cold, and per hap > 


7 *3 


4 4 ?' 2 


53 


1 1 2 


2C 4 


n@3 /now. 1 


7 M 


4 4^ 3 


4 1 


morn. 


23 5 


Some p leaf ant 


7 15 


4 45 4 


3 C 


? 9 


226 


% in f weather, 


7 ^ 


4 44 5 





1 :6 


"^ / 


then ram, 


7 i7 


4 43 6 




2 35 


24 \ 


27th pad Trin. 


7 *8j 


4 4 2 : S 


5^ 


3 55 


252 


} Perigee. orfnaw 


7 *9:4 4tl 7 


4 9' 


5 ii 


263 


fwiiig. ends 6h ?on 


7 '94 4} j 8 


OT 


5 fcts. 


274 


^ l^t. 3, 8S. {4Q}\ 


7 204 46 9 


4? 


5 7 


285 


bull tides, Very 


7 2T 14 39 i0 - 


d 


&!X2 


2 9 6 


cold tazatfuA 


7 22 :4 3 8 .^ 


H 


7 . * 7 


3°'7 


St. Andrew, for Nrv \ 


7 2 2'U c;8 12 




8 Ui 



i Fir ft quart. 3 day, 10 after. 
; Full moon 12 day, 4 morn. 



DECEMBER hath 31 days. 



._.. Z74 

Laft quart. 19 day, 6 after. 
New moon 26 day, romor. 



M|W|_Calendar. 
2 



Sec. 



Advent Sunday. 

Dull) /awry 
3nf) weather, 

4 Rain or Jnow 

5 2> So in plenty, 

6 about thefe days 

7 Days length gh. 8m. 
F 2d in Advent, 

2 5 Apog. A fpell 

3 °f Jharp 

4 cold weather, 
5<?©5 Morepleafant, 

6 j) r.high, J)lat. 4, 26N. 

7 thenfnowy and cold. 
F 3d in Advent. 

3 7*8 fouth gh, 50m. 
a Cold, and 

5§n§ ware /now. 

6 ^ in vf Shorteft day, 

7 St. Thomas, about this 
f 4th in Advent, time. 

2 Perig.0 & cl.even 

3 More p leaf ant^ 
4;Christmas. then 
^jSt. John Evan. d©0 
6'lnnocents. ©^.4.558 
7 rain or /now, ; 
bl then p leaf ant 
2 Lo ! the Year & Ce n 
3 ? tury both are paft. 



I©**. 



#n 



23 

24 

24 
25 

25 
26 
26 

27 
27 
28 

2 
2 
2^ 

2 9 

29 
29 

3° 

3° 

3° 

30 

30 

3 C 

30 

30 

2 9 

29 

29 

29 

2 

28 

28 



4 37 
43 6 
43 
4 35 
4 35 
4 34 
4 34 
4 33 
4 33 
4 



FJea, 



r.])s. 



32 

32 
4 32 
43 1 
43 
4 3 1 
43* 
4 3° 
430 

4 30 
4 3°i 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
4 3o 
43* 
43 1 
4 3i 
43 1 ! 11 
4 3 1 j 1 ' 
4 3V2 
V 32I 1 



8 

9 

10 
1 1 
1 1 
12 
1 
2 

3 
3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 



24 
M 

3 
43 
2 3 

3 
43 
25 

7 
51 
35 
23 
13 

3 
53 
44 
3i 



*9 

30 



9 
10 

1 1 

morn 

34 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



37 
40 

43 
46 
49 
50 
} rife, 

5 

6 



. 9 
i 7i io 58 

6 morn.. 

55\ 

44 

33 

2 S 
18 

15 1 
13: 



16 
34 
5° 
5 
18 



IE 

i 

42, 



4 
5 

6 31 
fcfets, 

5 37 

6 42 

7 4° 

8 57 



2710 71 



i difference of High-Water, at feveral places from 
New-London. 

AT New-York, Tarpaulin Cove, and SaybroOk bar, 
the fame as at New-London ; at Rhode Ifland and 
Amboy, 4° minutes fooner; at Providence, 25 minutes 
fooner ; at Sandy-Hook, 2 hours and 4° minutes fooner; 
at Albany, 3 hours and 10 minutes fooner ; at Bofton, 2 
hours and 20 minutes later; at Guilford and New-Ha- 
ven, 2 hours and 50 minutes later ; at Philadelphia, 5 
hours and 20 minutes later ; at Norwich -Landing, 45 
minutes later; at Sagharbor and Southold harbor, 2 
hours and 10 minutes later. 



TABLE 


Of the Intereft on Dollars, Cents St Mills at 6 per Cent* 


Dollars, 
Cents, 

Mills. 


Dollars. 

Cents. 

Mills. 


^ r* *" 

3 Mont, 
1 5 


^ «-> «-> 

F ** 

6Mont, 


Dollars. ' 
Cents, 
1 Milis. 




lMcnt. 


1 Year. 


1 


005 


030 


060 


2 


010 


3 °. 


060 


12 


300 


1 5 


045 


090 


0180 


400 


20 


060 


12 ' 


24 


500 


025 


7 5 


15 


30 


10 


050 


15 e 


30 G 


60 


20 


10 


30 


60 


1 20 


36 b 


15 


45 


O OO O 


1 80 


40 


20 


6-0 


1 20 d 


2 40 


50 
66 


25 


75 


1 50 


300 


30 


90 


1 80 6 


3 60 


70 c 


35 


1 5 


2 IO G 


4 20 


80 I 40 


1 20 O 


2 4O O 


4 80 


90 j 45 


1 3^ ° 


2 7O O 


5 40 


100 


I 50 © 


,ijOo 


3 ° ° 


600 



A TABLE of Simple Inter 
For any Sum from 20s, 



est at 6 per CentiJ 
to ^.1000. 





1 


Mon. 


13 


Mon. | 6 Mon. 


A Year. 


J £. 


J. 


tf« 


?* 


j. 


iff. 


s. 


d. q. 


s. 


d.q. 


1 


O 


1 








3 2 





7 


1 


2 1 


2 


O 


2 


1 





7 ° 


1 


2 


2 


4 3 


3 


O 


3 


2 





10 3 


1 


9 2 


3 


7 ° 


4 


O 


4 


3 


1 


2 1 


2 


4 2 


4 


9 ° 


5 


O 


6 





1 


6 


3 





6 





6 


O 


7 





1 


9 2 


3 


7 ° 


7 


2 


1 


O 


3 


1 


2 


1 


4 


2 


8 


40 


U 


O 


9 


2 


2 


4 3 


4 


9 2 


9 


7 


2 


O 


10 


3 


2 


8 1 


•5 


4 2 


10 


9 


f • 


/. 


s* 


d. 


L 


•f. dA L % 


s. d. 


/. 


j. rf. 


10 


O 


1 








S ° ° 


6 





12 


£0 


O 


2 








1 °! 


12 


1 


4 


• 3° 


& 


3 








900 


18 


1 


16 


4° 


O 


4 





© 


1 2 


1 


4 


2 


8 


5° 


O 


$ 








15 ° 


1 


10 


3 





60 


i ° 


6 








18 


1 


16 O 


3 


12 


"O 





** 





1 


1 


2 


2 O 


4 


4 


80 





8 





1 


4 


2 


8 


4 


16 


90 





9 





1 


7 


2 


14 


5 


8 


ioq 





10 





1 


10 


3 


O Q 


6 





20:) 


* 








3 





6 


O O 


1 2 





^00 


1 


10 





4 


10 oj 9 


O O 


18 





s[ OO 


2 








6 


O Ojl 2 


O C 


24 





rQO 


2 


10 





7 


10 OJ15 


O O 


3° 





()00 


a 








9 


0018 


O O 


36 





*7CO 


3 


10 


9 


10 


10 


21 


O O 


42 





80O 


4 








12 





24 


O O 


48 





9 CO 


•1 


10 





*3 


10 


27 


O O 


54 





1CGQ 


5 








>j 





30 





00 






•*' -jo W * OW 

5d«Q.S ~<F 

Erg • o 

0<J» -i < < 

J^? 3 



*l 



<~ 2. 



£ S- & 3 ■ o *•* | £ 

SO OP § g"2 ? 

^ 2. 2. * 3 ? 

15 5" 2 - 



O s# O u 






oo o^ o .... 4* o*w» os qo 






u u o 

O ~ 4* 
O O Cs 


o 




O •■« m'huj — OoPS 
Qs Onm Nv4 ©s 9 s W • 


so?? 
? ^ 


"o o o 

•H M OS 
JJ|M 



^•4 


m m m « ,-. 4*. (a 4*£S 

m ti«vj oo as o$ ot ©^ ^ 

O'OOsOOOOO*.. 




o o 

M ~ 00 


o 

00 


* h m •• to vn W ©^tf-t 
«0nO ©^ 00 04* ©0 ^ 


5* % 






S.fe- 
8"© 



55- 
5 » 



h 



o o o o o o o 




m- . O0 O0 4* 4* Os 4^ ©3 



O *o O O 

6n0 o 



C*"v4 o o»> O Oj o 
B 2 



o ^ 
o J* 

°3 






5' 



A Table (hewing the value of any number of Cts. front" 
one to one hundred, in Shillings, Pence and Farthings. 



cts. 



3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 
31 

12 
33 

34 

15 
]6 

37 

38 

i9 

20 
2i 
22 
23. 

24 I 



d. f. j rftjjl 
03! 26 

1 2 ] 27 

2 I I 23 

3 o 29 

3 2,3^ 

4 f ] 3 1 

5 °132 

5 3 33 

6 2 34 

7 * 3.5 

8 © ! 36 

8 337 

9 1 38 
10 o 39 

10 'g* T -4o 

I 2:4 

1 ;42 

1 qH% 

1 3:44 

2 2U5 



If. 

6 3 

7 2 



I 90 

r 9 2 

1 10 1 

1 11 o 
r n 3 

2 0.2 
s 1 1 



3 ° 

3 3 

4 2 

5 1 

6 o 



2 O 

2 3 

3 « 

4 o 

4 3 

5 2 

6 1 

7 o 
7 3 
82 

9 ° 
9 3 

10 2 

11 1 

o o 



s. d>f. 


cts. 


s. d. f. 


302 


76 


463 


3 1 2 


77 


472 


3 2 1 


78 


4 8 1 


3 3o 


79 


4^0 


3 3 2 


80 


4 9 2 


3 4 1 


Si 


410 1 


3 5o 


82 


4 11 


3 5 1 


83 : 


4 11 g 


362 


84i 


502 


3 7 1 


85 1 


5 1 1 


380 


86 j 


5 20 


3 8 3 


2 7 


525 


3 9 « 


88 | 


5 3 1 


3 i° 


89 


5 4 


3 10 3 


93 ; 


5 4 3 


3 n 2 


91 ! 


5 3 3 


4 1 


92 j 


5 6 , 


4 1 


93 


5 7o 


4 1 3 


94 


5 7 $ 


422 


95 ! 


582 


4 3® 


96 


590 


4 3 3 


97 


5 9 3 


442 


98 


5 10 2 


4 5 1 


99 ; 


5 11 1 


460 


100 j 


600 



Moaey accounts of the United States are to be ex" 
prfefled in Dollars or Vnits^ Difmcs or Tenths^ Cents, or 
Hunire-.it •/, &ni M// *s or Tboufandths* A Difme being 
the tenth part of a Dsi/ar, a (>«£ the hundredth part of 
a Doll ir, and a M/VA* the thoufandth part o a Dollur. 

FilESMSN's MEETINGS in Connefticut, are by 
Law held annually the third Monday in Stpteinfer 
and on the Monday next following the firft Tuefday in 
April. 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER. 



DUTIES. 

Articles on which Duties are payable at their Importa- 
tion into the United States, with Rates of 
Impoft; alphabetically arranged. 

ARMS, fire and fide, not otherwife 
enumerated, free to the end of 
the next fefiion of Congrefs. *5pr. cent, advah 

Ale, Beer and Porter in Cafks and 

bottles, 8 cents pr. gallon. 

Artificial flowers, feathers and other 

ornaments for women's heads, iSpr- cent, ad val. 
Anhifeed, - - - 15 ditto. 

Anchors, - - - - 10 

Brafs, iron and fteel locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils and vifes. - 10 

•—All other manufactures of brafs, 15 
Bricks and tiles, - - 15 

Boots, - 75 cents per pair. 

Books, blank, - - 10 pr. cent, ad val. 

Bottles in which liquor is imported, 10 
Buttons, all kinds, - 15 

Buckles, fhoe and knee, - 1.5 

Bru flies, - 10 

Cannon, free to the end of the next 
fe/fion of Congrefs. 15 

Cards, playing, - - 25 cents per pacL 

Cards, wool and cotton, - . 50 cents per doz. 

Cables and tarred cordage, 180 cents per cut. 

Cabinet wares, - - - - 1 5 pr. cent, ad vah 
Carpts and Carpeting, 15 

Cartridge paper, - 15 

Candjes, of tallow, - - 2 



( 20 ) 

Candles, of wa:: or fpermaceti, - 6 cents per lb. 

Capers', - - - 1 5 /»/". cent, ad val. 

Canes, walking flicks and whips, io 

Carabrickx, - - io 

Cheefe, - - 7 cents per lb. 

China ware, - - *5pr. cent, ad vaU 

Cinnamon, cloves, currants; and com- 
fits, - 15 

Chintzes arid colored calicoes or muf- 
lins, and printed* ftained or coloured 
goods or manufactures of cotton or 
of linen, or of both, ©r of which 
cotton or linen is the material of 
chief value, - - 12 and half. 

Cocoa, 2 cents per lb* 

Chocolate, - - 3 

Cordage, tarred j *» - 180 cents per cnut* 

Cordage and yarn untarred^ 225 

Cofmetics, - - I5pr> cent, ad vat. 

Coal, - * 5 cents per bufi). 

Copper manufactures, J$pr.ceut. adval. 

Coffee, - - 5 cents per 4b. 

Cotton, - -3 

Cotton or linen manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linen is 
the material of chief value. 1 2 J pr. cent, ad val. 

Clocks &f watches j or parts of either, 1 5 

Coaches, chariots, phaetons, chairs, 
chaifes, folos or other carriages, 20 

Cloathing ready made, 10 

Cutlaffes, free to the end of the next 
feflien of Congrefs. - 15 

Dentrifice powders, tinctures, prepa- 
rations and compoimons for the 
teeth and gums, - *5 pr* cent, ad val, 

Dolls r dreifed and undrefTed, 15 

Drugs, medical, (except tbofe com- 
monly ufed in dying.) - 1 5 



( 21 ) 

*ans, - 15 

Fay al wine, - -■ 2 tents per gall. 

Feathers and other ornaments for wo- 
men's head dreffes, ■■ - - l 5pr» cent, ad v.ih 

Fringes, commonly ufed by upholfter- 
ers, coachmakersand faddlers, 15 

Figs and dates, - - 15 

Flowers, artificial, - - 15 

Floor cloths and mats, - 15 

Fruits of all kinds, - -15 

1 Glafs, black quart bottles, . 10 

—•window glafs, - 15 

all other glais and manufactures, 

thereof, 20 

Glauber ialts, 200 cents per cwt. 

Gauzes, - 10 pr. cent, adval* 

Ginger, - 1 5 

Gloves of leather &c. 35 

all other gloves and mittens, 15 

Goid, filver and plated ware, 1 5 

Gold & iilver lace, & plated ware, 15 

Goods, ware? and merchandise im- 
ported directly from China or India 
in fhips or veffeis not of the United 
States, except Teas, China ware, 
and ali other articles liable to higher 
rates or duties, I2| 

G4bds, wares and merchandize not 
herein otherwiie particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, . 10 

Glue, - - 15 

Gunpowder, £ree to the end of the 
next fefiion of Congrefs. . 1-0 

Girandoles, - 2o . 

Hangers, free to the end of the next 
fefiion of Congrefs. - - 15 

Hair-Powder, - j 5 pr. cent, ad val. 

Hats— -of beaver, felt, wool, or a mix- 
ture of either of them, - 35 



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—all other hat?, caps arid bonrfets, 15 
Herrfp, - - • ,00 cents per cut. 

Indigo, - 25 cents per ib. 

Iron, cafl, flit and rolled, 1 5 p r . cent, adval. 

—all other manufactures of iron, 

fleel, or brafs, or of which either 

of thefe metals >sthe article of Chief 

value, not being othervvife particu- 
larly enumerated. - 15 
jewellery and paftCwork, 35 
Lace, of gold and hlver, - 35 
Laces, and lawns, - - id 
Laces, lines, fringes, tafTels and trim- 
mings commonly ufed by upholiler- 

ers, coachmakers and faddlers, 15 

Lampblack, - 10 

Leather, tanned and tawed, and all 

Manufactures of Leather, or of 

which leather is the article of chief 

value, not otfeerwife particularly 

enumerated, - 15 

Lead and mufket bails, free to the 

end next ieflion of Gongrefs. I tent per fo'und-* 

"All other manufactures of lead 

or in which lead is the chief article, r 
Lemons and ii«i?s, - i$per c'e'rtt. ad val. 

Linen or cotton manufactures, or of 

both, or of which cotton" or linen is 

the material of chief value, printed 

framed or colored, 12 & half. 

— - — not printed, ftained or colored, 10 
Lifbon and Oporto wines, 25 cents per gal. 

Looking glafs, - - IXO per centadval. 

Mats and floor cloths, - 15 

Malt, - - 10 cents per bufo. 

Marble, flate and other flone, bricks, 

tables, mortars, and other uteri fUs 
of marble, (late, and other {tone 
ware - * 15 per ce rJ. td %al 



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Mace, - - 15 

Medical drugs, except thofe common- 
ly ufed in dying, - - 15 
Merchandize, goods nnd wares import- 
ed dire&Jy from Chin ' or India in 
veffels not of the United States, ex- 
cept teas, China ware and other ar- 
ticles liable to higher duties, {2 Scbalf. 
Merchandize, goods and wares not 
herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, 10 

Millenery ready made, 15 

Molafl.es, - - 4 cents per gall. 

Malkets and firelocks, with bayonets 
to the fame, free to the end of next 
feflion of Congrefs, - * 5 per cent, ad val. 

—without bayonets, - 15 

Muftard in flour, 15 

Muflins and muflinets, - 12 & half. 

Nails, - 2 cents per lb. 

Nankeens, - - jz\ per ct. ad val. 

Nutmegs, V - 15 

Oranges, - - 15 

Olives and Oil, - 15 

Oporto and Lifbon wines, - 25 cents per gal. 

Paper hangings, . - i$per ct. adv&l. 

Paper, writing and wrapping, 10 

Paper, iheatfcing and cartridge, 15 

Painters' colors, whether dry, or in 
oil, except thofe ufed for dying, 15 

Packthread and Twine, - 400 cents per civf. 

Pafteboard, parchment and vellum, lOper ct. ad val. 

Paftework and Jewellery, 15 

Pewter manufactures, - 15 

Pepper, 6 cents per lb* 

Perfumes, , - 15 per ct. ad val. 

Piftols, free to the end next feflion Con- 
grefs, - - j 5 

Pictures and prints, - 10 



Pimento, 

Pickles of all forts, 



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4 cents per lb. 
1 5 per ct. ad val% 



Powders, paffres, balls, balfams, oils, 

ointments, waters, wafties, tinctures, 

efTences, or other compofitions called 

fweet fcents, odors, perfumes, or 

cofmetics, - . \$ 

Plumbs and prunes, - 15 

Printing types, • - 10 

Raifms, . - 15 

Salt, - 20 cts. per bujhel. 

Salt, Glauber, - ~- 20O cents per cut. 

St. Lucar wines, - 30 cents per galU 

Starch, - - ^^pcr cent, adval. 

Sail cloth, - 10 

Slate, ftone and flone ware, 15 

Saddles, - 10 

Sattins and other wrought fiiks, 10 

Steel, - - joo cts. per cv.t. 

Sherry wine, - 33 cents per gall '. 

Shoes and flippers of filk, - 25 cts. per pair. 

Other (hoes and flippers for men and 

women, clogs and golofhoes, 15 

Other {hoes and flippers for children, 10 
Swords and cntlaties, free to the end of 

the next feflion of Congrefs, 15 per ct.adval. 

Stockings, - - i5 

Stone and earthen ware, 3 5 

Soap, - - 2 cents f c - lh ; 

Solos and other carriages, - ■ 20 per ct.au uu. 

Spirits diiVilled in foreign countries. 



From Grain. Firft proof, - 28 cents pc 

Second proof, - 29 

Third proof, - 31 

Fourth proof, - 34 

Fifth proof, - . 43 

Sixth proof, - 50 
From other materials. 

Fir it proof, - 25 



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Second proof, - 25 

Third proof, - 28 

Fourth proof, - 32 

Fifth proof, - 38 

Sixth proof, - 46 
Spirits diftilled in the United States, im~ 

ported in the fame fhip or veflel, in 
which they had been previously export- 
ed from the United States, viz. 
From MolalTes. 

Firft proof, - f 3 

Second proof, - 14 

Third proof, - J 5 

Fourth proof, - 17 

Fifth proof, - 2£ 

Sixth proof, - 2§ 
From materials of the growth or pro- 
duce of the United States. 

Firft proof, - 7 

Second proof, - 8 

Third proof, - 9 

Fourth proof, - ir 

Fifth proof, - 13 

Sixth proof, - r3 
Sugars, from and after Sept. 30, 1794. 

Brown, - 2 cents per lb. 

White, clayed or powdered, 3 

Lump, - 6 U half. 

Loaf, - 9 

Other refined, - 6 & half. 

Spikes, - - r c $nt per lb. 

Silver and plated ware, - 15 p €r a, a d<vah 

— Lace, - 15 

Sugar Candy, - 9 

Snuff, - 22 

TafTels and trimmings, commonly ufed 

by the Upholfterers, Coachmakers and 

Saddlers, . - 15 

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Tables of marble, flare or orhcr Hone, 15 
Teas. From China and India. 

Bohea, - - 12 

Souchong and other black teas, 18 

Hyfon, - - 32 

Other green teas, - 20 

From Europe. 

Bohea, - - 14 

Souchong and other black teas, 21 

Hyfon, - - 40 

Other green teas, - 24 

From any other place. 

Bohea, - - 17 

Souchong and other black teas, 27 

Hyfon, - - 50 

Other green teas, - 30 

Imperial, gunpowder and Gomee, 
the fame as Hyfon. 
Teneriife wine, .- 20 cts. per gal!. 

Twine and Packthread, - 400 cents per c<wt. 

Tin manufactures, - 15 per ct> advzL 

Tiles and bricks, - 15 

Toys, not otherwife enumerated, 10 

Tobacco manufactured, - 10 

Y el vets and velverets, • 12J 

Wines, London particular Madeira, 5° cents per gall. 

— London market do. - 49 

— Other do. - 40 

— Champaigne and Burgundy, 4^ 

— Sherry, - 33 

— St. Lucar, - 30 

— Lifbon and Oporto, - 25 

— Malaga, TenerifTe and Fayal, 20 
.— • All other wines (not to exceed 30 

cents per gallon in American 
veflels, or 32 cents per gallon 
in foreign veifels, or be lefs than 
10 per cent.) 40 per ct* adval. 



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\Vares of tin, pewter, copper, earthen, 

or (lone, china, gold, filver&: plated, 15 
Wafers, - - 15 

Walking flicks, whips and canes, jo 

Wax Candles, - 6 cent s per lb. 

Watches and clocks, or parts of either, 15 per ci. ad val. 
Window giafs, - 15 

Wool and cotton cards, - 50 cents per doz. 

Wood manufactured (exclufive of cabi- 
net wares) - \2\ per cent. 
Yarn untarred, - . 225 cents per cut. 
All other goods not before particularly enumerated 

and defcribed, 10 per cent, ad valorem- 
Extra duty on all goods imported in foreign velfels, 

io per cent. 

DUTY on CARRIAGES. 

Dolls. 
For and upon every coach, - 15 

upon every chariot, - 12 

upon every poft chariot, - j2 

upon e*ery peft chaife, - 12 

upon every phaeton, with or without 

top, - - 9 

upon every coachce, - 9 

upon other carriages, having pannel 
• work above, with blinds, glaues, 
or curtains, 9 

upon four-wheel carriages, having 
framed polls and tops, with ifceei- 
fprings, - - 6 

upon four-wheel top carriages, with 

wooden or iron f'prings or* jacks, 3 
upon curricles with tops, - 3 

\npn\i chaifes with tops, - 3 

upon chairs with tops, - J 

upon fulkies with tops, - 3 

upon other two wheel top carriages, 3 
upoR twci wheel carriages, with iieel 
4>r iron fprings, - 3 



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up*n all other two-wheel carriages, 2 
upon every four-wheel carriage, hav* 
ing framed pofts and tops, and rett- 
ing upon wooden fprings, - 2 
Carriages ufnally and chiefly employed in hufbandry, 

or for the tranfportation or carrying of goods, wares, 

merchandize, produce or commodities, are exempted 

frcm the above duties. 

The following Articles are free from Duty. 

philofophical apparatus fpecially imported for any fem- 
irtary of learning. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, product or manu- 
facture of the United States. 

Copper in plates, pigs and bars. 

Cloaths, books, houihold furniture, and the tools or im- 
plement* of the trade or profellion of peribus who 
come to refide in the United States. 

Drugs and wood for dying. 

Furs of every kind, undreiTed. 

Good3 wares and merchandize intended to be re-ex- 
ported in the fame veriel in which they Avail be im- 
ported. 

Raw Hides, and Iron Ware. 

Lapis Caliminaris, and Plaifter of Paris. 

Old Pewter, and tin in pigs and plates. 

Wire of brafs and iron, and wool and wood unmanufac- 
tured. 
Ail retail dealers of wines and foreign diftilled fpi- 

rituous liquors, are yearly, by a law of Congrefs, to 

take out a licenfe from the bupervifors of the revenue 

for retailing the fame, for which they are to pay for 

each, 5 dolhirs, on forfeiture of 50 dollars if they fell 

without having a licenfe therefor. 



Duties on Tonnage of Ships, &c. 

1 all mips or verlcls of the United States, from 
. . any for^-n port or place, a: the rate of 6 cents 
per ton. ' 



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Oi all veflels hereafter built in the United States, be- 
longing wholly or hi part to the fubjects oi' foreign pow- 
ers, nt the rate of 30 cents per ton. 

On all foreign veflels, 50 cents per ton. 

VefTels not belonging to the U»ited -States, entered 
in one DiflrieT:, from another, having merchandize oa 
board, to pay 50 cents per ton. 

The Duties on Tonnage to be paid in ten days after 
the matter makes report ; and if the vefTel leaves the 
port without paying the duty, the perfon commanding 
forfeits the fum of 500 dollars. 

Bonds for duties, not paid on the day they become 
due, are to be forthwith put in fuit. 

On a Transfer of the property of a vefTel, in part or 
in whole, her Regifter, or Enrolment, is to be given up 
under penalty of 500 dollars. 

VefTeh of the United v >tates bound to any foreign 
Country, other than to fome port in America, are te» 
be furnilhed with paiTports under penalty of 200 dollars. 

American feamen are to be regiftered, and certificates 
of their being citizens of the United States, are to be 
granted to them by the collector of the cuftoms. 

bounty on Fifh exported, 3° cents per barrel. 

On other provisions, 25 cents do. 

TAB LE~o* FEES. 

To be taken in the feveral Cuftom Honfes of the Uni- 
ted States, agreeable to the Laws of Congrefs. 

For the Admeafurement of VefTels to be Regiftered. 
VeiTels of 100 Tons and under, one cent per Ton. 
If above ico Tons, and under 200 Tons, 150 cents. 
If above 200 Tons, 200 cents. 

Abneafurctncnt ofVeJfels to be Enrolled. 
VefTeh of 5 Tons and under 20, fifty cents. 
Vefujls of 20 Tons to 70. feventy-five cents. 
VefTels above 70 to 100 Tons, one hundred cents. 
VeiTels above 100 Tons ? one hundred and fifty cents, 
C 2 



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F^j- <?/ Regiilry. 
Far every Certificate of Regiftry, 200 cents. 
For every Certificate of Record, 2co cents. 
For every Bond required by this Act, 25 cents. 
For every Endorfement, 100 cents 

Fees of Enrolling and Licenfing. 
Every Certificate of Enrolment, 50 cents. 
Every Bond therefor, 25 cents. 
Every Licenfe, including the Bond, if the VefTel be 20 

Tons or under, 25 cents. 
If above 2D and not more than 100 Tons, 50 cents. 
If above 100 Tons, 100 cents. 
Every Endorfement on a certificate of Enrolment, 2© 

cents. 
Every Endorfement on a Licenfe, ao cents. 

Fees for the Active Bufinefs in the Foreign Trade. 

For the Clearance or Entrance of every Veilel for or 
from a Foreign Port, if under 100 Tons, 150 cents. 

If more than 2DO Tons, 250 cents. 

For every Cocker, 20 cents, and Permit 20 cents. 

For every Bill of Health, 20 cents and every Bond, 40 
cents. 

Every Bond given by Exporters for Drawback of Boun- 
ty, 70 cents. 

For every other oiUcial Document, 20 cents. 

Fees su the C oaf ting Trade. 

For certifying a Manifeir. and granting a Permit to 
proceed from one Diftrict to another, if the veifel be 
licenfed and Jefs than 50 Tons, 50 cents. 

For receiving a Manifeft, and granting a Permit for a 
licenfed veif-1, if under 50 Tons, 25 cents. 

If above fifty Tons, 50 cents. 

For certifying .1 Manifeft, and granting a Permit to pro- 
ceed from Diitric: to Diitrict, if the veilel ba regifter- 
ed, J 3D cents; 

For granting a Permit, and receiving a certified Mani- 
fcit of fuch veifel 1 $o cents. 



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For receiving a Manifeit and granting a Termit for a 
foreign veifel to proceed from one Diftrift to another, 
200 cents. 

For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit to un- 
load for fuch veiTel, 200 cents. 

For granting a Permit f a vefTel licenfed to carry on 
the Fifhery, to trade at foreign Ports, 25 cents. 

For the Report and Entry of any foreign Goods import- 
ed in fuch veflel, 25 cents. 

If any thing is carried coaftwife, two Manifefts thereof 
mull be made, one to be retained, 150 cents more. 

Infpettors, Meafurers, &? Gangers' FEES. 

For every day anlnfpeclor (hall be actually employed in 

aid of the Cuftoms, two dollars. 
For the meafurement of every hundred bufhels of grain, 

thirty cents. 

For the meafurement of every hundred bufhels of fait, 

forty cents. 
For the meafurement of every hundred bufhels of coal, 

fifty cents. 
For weighing every one hundred and twelve pounds, 

one and an half cent. 

For gauging and marking every cafk eight cents. 
Measuring, weighing and gauging goods for exportation, 

the fame as for importation. 
♦For computing contents, marking cafes of diftilled fpi- 

rits and wine, three cents per cafe. 
For counting bottles of cider, beer, ale or porter, one 

ceat per dozen. 

Extracts from Maritime Regulations. 

MASTERS of rfegifte&d and licenfed veflels are to 
pay horpital money at the rate of twenty cent? 
per month each man, to be retained out of thz feaiheas' 
wages. 



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ALIENS are to report themfelves to the clerk of 
the diftrift court, or collector of the cuftoms, or fuch 
other perfons as may be appointed for the purpofe, and 
take out certificates of refidence, under penalty of fine 
and imprifonment, as the cafe may be. 

IN cafe of any voluntary commercial intercourfe 
between the United States and France, both veflel and 
cargo employed therein, are forfeited. 

LIST of STAMP DUTIES. 

ANY certificate of naturalization, 5 dollars. 
Any licenfe to prattife, or certificate of the ad- 
miflion, enrolment, or regiftry of any counfellor, foli- 
citor, attorney, advocate or proclor, in any court of the 
United States, — 10 dollars. 

Provided, that a certificate in any one of the courts of 
the United States, for one of the faid offices, fhall £0 
far as relates to the payment of the duty aforefaid, 
be a fufficicnt admiffion in all the courts of the Uni- 
ted States, for each and every of the faid offices. 
Any grant or letters patent, under the feal or autho- 
rity of the United States, (except for lands granted for 
military fervices,) — 4 dollars. 

Any exemplification or certified copy of any fuch 
grant or letters patent, (except for lands granted for 
military fervices,) — 2 dollars. 

Any charter party, bottomry, or refpondentia bond, 
-«-one dollar. 

Any receipt or other difcharge /for or on account of 
any legacy left by any will or other teframentary inftru- 
mertt, or for any fhare or part of a perfonal eftate di- 
vided by force of any ftatute of diftributions, other than 
to the wife, children, or grand children of the perfon 
dsceafed, the amount whereof fhall be above the value 
of fifty dollars, and (hall not exceed the value of one 
hundred dollars,— -25 cents. 



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When the amount thereof fhall exceed the value of 
one hundred dollars, and fhall not exceed five hundred 
dollars,-— 50 cents. 

And for every further fum of five hundred dollars, 
the additional fum of— one dollar. 

Any policy of infurance or inftrument in nature there- 
of, on any mip, veiTel or goods infured from one diflrict 
to another in the United States, — 25 cents. 

From the United States to any foreign port or place, 
when the fum for which infurance is made ihaU not ex- 
ceed five hundred dollars,— 25 cents. 

When the fum infured mall exceed five hundred dol- 
lars, —one dollar. 
Any exemplification of what nature foever, that fhall 
pafs the feal of any court, other than fuch as it may be 
the duty of the clerk of fuch court to furnifh for the ufe 
of the United States, or fome particular ftate, — 50 cents. 
Any bond, bill, Tingle or penal, foreign or inland bill 
of exchange, promiffory note or other note, other than 
any recognizance, bill, bond, or other obligation or con- 
tract, made to or with the United States, or any ftate, 
or for their ufe reflectively : 

If above twenty dollars and not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars,— 10 cents. 
If above one hundred dollars and not exceeding fis r c 

hundred dollars, — 25 cents. 
If aboys five hundred dollars and not exceeding one 

thoufand dollars, — 50 cents. 
And if above one thoufand dollars, — 75 cents. 
•Provided, that if any bonds or notes fhall be payable at 
or wJthin fixty days, fuch bonds or notes fhall be fnb- 
ject to only two fifth, parts of the duty aforefaid, viz. 
If above twenty dollars and not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars, — 4 cents. 
If above one hundred dollars and not exceeding five 

hundred dollars,— 10 cents. 
If above five hundred dollars and not exceeding one 
thoufand dollars,— 2P cents. 



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If above one thoufand dollars,— 3p cents. 

Any notes i A tied by the banks : 
On all notes not exceeding fifty dollars for each dol- 
lar,-— 6 mills. 
On all notes above fifty dollars and not exceeding on« 

hundred dollars, — 50 cents. 
On all notes above one hundred dollars and not ex- 
_ ceeding five hundred dollars, — one dollar. 
On all notes above five hundred dollars, — two dollar. 
Any proteft, or other notarial aft, — 25 cents. 
Any letter of attorney, except for an invalid penfion, 
or to obtain or fell warrants for land granted b'y the U. 
States as bounty for military fer vices performed in the 
late war,— 25 cents. 

Any note or bill of lading for goods or merchandize to 
be exported : 

/ If from one diftriol to another diftriet of the United 
States, not being in tHie fame tlate, — 10 cents. 
If from the United ^ates to any foreign port or 

place, — 25 cents. 
Any inventory or catalogue of any furniture, goods 
or effects made in any cafe required by law, (except in 
cafes of goods and chattels diitra'ined for rent or taxes, 
and goods taken in virtue of any legal procefs by any 
oificer,) — s° cents. 

Any certificate of a fhare in any infu ranee company, 
of a fhare in the bank of the United States, or of any 
itate or other bank : 

If above twenty dollars znd not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars, — to cents. 
If above bite hundred collars,-— 25 cents. 
If under twenty dollars, at the rate of ten cents for 
one hundred dollars. 

Alteration of St imp A<5t. 
A deduction of ons and a quarter per cent, inftead of 
one per cent, of duties on di aw backs, in lieu of ^ariiu 
duty on debentures. 



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Rate of Tax on Houfes and Lands, 

Houfe and Lot not exceeding two Acres, of the Value 
of ioo Dollars, lays - 23 Cents. 

200 - 40 

300 - 6a 

400 - go 

srop - - 1 

603 - 1 80 

yoo p 2 10 

800 - 2 * 40 

900 - 2 73 

1,000 - - 3 

2,000 8 

3,000 ■ - - 12 

4,900 - 20 

5,000 - - 25 

6,000 - 3 j 

7,000 - - 42 

8,000 - * /$ 

9,000 - - 54 

10,000 - - 60 

15,000 - - 1.0 s 

20,000 - - 160 

25,000 - - 225 

30,000 - 270 

40,000 - - 400 

59,000 - - 500 

All houfes and lots of 2 acres that are not worth IOO 
dollars, pay nothing, except as land. 

Table of Rateable Polls and Eftates for Connecticut. 
Dls.Cts. 

POLLS from 2 1 to 70 years of age, at 60 

Polls from 18 to 21 years of age, at 30 

Oxen and Bulls four years old, at - 10 

Cows, Steers, Heifers and Bulls, 3 years old at 7 
Steers, Heifers and Bulls, of 2 years old, at 3 34 



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Dls.Cts. 

67 
34 
10 



Stallion or Seed Horfe, more than 3 years old, 
Covering Jacks, 

Horfe kind of three years old, at t x - 
Horfe kind of two years old, at 

Horfe kind of one year old, at - 3 

Mules, ^ years old and upwards, • jo 

Mules, 2 years old, - - . 7 

Mules, 1 year old, - 3 

Acres of Piowland, at - - 1 

Acres of Upland, Mowing, and Clear Pafture, at 1 

Acres of Boggy-meadow mowed, at o 

Acres fef Boggy-meadow not mowed, at o 
Acres of Meadow-land in Hartford County and 

Middlefex, - - 2 

Acres of other Meadow-land, at 1 

Acres of Buih pailure at - o 

Acres of uninclofed Land, firft rate, at - o 

Acres of uninclofed Land, fecond rate, at o 

Acres of uninclofed Land, 3d rate, at o 

Coaches, at - - - 84 

Chariots, at - - 67 

Phaetons, - 50 

Coachees, - - 1 7 

Curricles, - 34 

Chaifes, at - - i7 

Riding Chairs with open Tops and Sulkies, at 10 

Goid Watches, at - - 1 7 

Silver and other Watches, at 5 

Steel and Brafs-wheel Clocks, at - 10 

Wooden-wheel Clocks, at - 3 
Ounces of Silver Plate, at 1 dollar and 11 cents 

per ounce, at 6 per Cent. 
Money on Intereft, at 6 per cent. 

Houfes Fire-places, at - 2 
Houfes Fire-places, depreciated one quarter, at 1 

Houfes Fire-places, ditto 1 half, at 1 

Houfes Fire places, do. 3-Qr. at . - o 
A*fe Anient s, - 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

FOR 1799. 



Executive t? Legiflative Departments. 
His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Efq. 

GOVERNOR, m 

Hon. John Tread well, Efq. Lieut, Gov; 

ASSISTANTS. 

William Williams, Efq, 

Jofeph P, Cook, Efq. 

William Hilihoufe, Efq, 

Roger Newbury, Efq. 

Heman Swift, Efq. 

Thomas Grofvenor, Efq, * 

Thomas Seymour, Efq. 

Aaron Auftin, Efq, 

Jeremiah Wadfworth, Efq, 

David Daggett, Efq, 

Jonathan Brace, Efq, N 

Andrew Kingfbury, Efq, Treafursr. 

John Porter, Efq. Comptroller of Public Accounts* 

Samuel Wyllys, Efq, Secretary, 

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Roll of the Houfe of Reprefentatives, 

October Session, 1798. 

Hartford, William Mofely, Tho. Y. Seymour. 
Berlin, Amos Horsford, Selah Hart. 
Briitol, Zebulon Peck. 

Eaft-Hartford, Elifha Pitkin, Shubael Grifwold. 
Eaft-Windfor, James Chamberlain, Alexander King. 
Enfield, Lemuel Kingfbury, John Reynolds. 
Farmington, John Mix, Timothy PitkiR,jun. 
Glaftenbury, Zephaniah H.Smith. John Hale. 
Granby, Pliny HUIyer, Chauncey Pettibone. 
Kartland, Uriel Holmes, Eleazer Enfign, 
Southington, Timothy Clark, Afa Barns. 
Nuffield, Samuel Hale, Jofeph Auftin. 
Simfbury, Jona. Pettibone, Daniel Humphreys. 
\Vethersfield,EzekielP. Belden, Jofeph Bulkley. 
Windibr, Henry Allen, James Hooker. 
New-Haven, Elizur Goodrich, Stephen Ailing. 
Branford, Timothy Hoadley, William Gould. 
Cheihire, Andrew Hull, Andrew Hull, jun. 
Derby, Jofeph Ri^gs, John Riggs. 
Durham, Elnathan Camp, Dan Parmelee. 

Eail-Havenj Enos Heminway. 

Guilford, Nathan Chidfey, Rufus Norton. 

Ham Jen, Jofiah Root. 

Milford, William Coggfiiall, Ab. V. H. DeWitt. 

North Haven, Jofliua Barns. 

Wallingford, Edward Barker, Afa Bray. 

Waterbury, Jared Byington, Richard Welton. 

Woodbrige, Samuel Olborne, Medad Hotchkifs. 

Wolcott, Street Richards . 

Hew- London, Marvin Wait, Elias Perkins. 

Norwich, John Backus, Ebenezer Huntington. 

Tiozrah, Afa Woodworth. 

Colchcfter, Jofeph I (ham, Roger Bulkley. 

Franklin, Thomas Hyde. 

Groton, Ebenezer Avery, jun. Ebenezer Morgan. 



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Lifbon, Luther Manning. 

Lyme, Matthew Grifwold, jr. David F. Sill. 

Montville, Jofliua Raymond. 

Preltpn, Elias Brown, Nathaniel Lord. 

Stonihgtqn, Thomas Swan, Ifaac Williams 2d. 

Fairmeld, Walter Bradley, David Burr. 

Danhury, Eliflia Whittlefey, Thomas P. White. 

Brookfield, JefTe Noble. 

Greenwich, Elkanah Mead, Eliflia Belcher. 

Huntington, Ebenezer Beach, Gideon Leavenworth. 

New-Fairfield, 

Newton, David Baldwin, John Beach. 

Norwalk, M. Marvin, Roger M. Sherman. 

Reading, Andrew L. Hill, Stephen Jackfon. 

Ridgfield, Joflnua King, David Olmftead. 

Stamford, Noyes Mather, Ifaiah Tiffany. 

Stratford, Jofeph Walkin, Abijah Sterling. 

Trumbulf, Judfon Curtifs, jun. 

\V »<^on, Samuel B. Sherwood. 

Windham, Timothy Larrabe, Jabez Clark. 

Afhford, Abel Simmons, jun. Thomas Huntington. 

Brooklyn, John Parifh. 

Canterbury, Nathan Adams, Elifha Payne. 

Hampton, John Brewfter. 

Kiilingly, Eleazer Moifatt, James Danielfon. 

Lebanon, Pelcg Thomas, James Mafon. 

Mansfield, John Salter, JelTe Williams. % 

Pomfret, Evan Malbone, Thomas Grofvenor, 2d. 

Pldinfield, Calvin Geddard, Anthony Bradford. 

Thompfon, Henry Learned. 

Voluntown, Jofeph Wylie. 

Sterling, Archibald Gordon. 

Woodftock, JohnM'Clellan, Ebenezer Smith. 

Litchfield, Ephraim Kirby, Mofes Seymour. 

Bethlem, David Bellamy. 

Baj-khemflead, Ifrael Jones, jr. Peletiah Alien. 

Canaan, Samuel Forbes, Jona|$&n Burrall. 

Cornwall, John Sedgwick, Judah Kellogg. 

Colebrcok, Samuel Mills, Elijah Rockwell. 



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CSofhen, Samuel Hopkins, BirdfeyNortoa. 
Harwinton, Daniel Catlin, Jofeph Cook. 
Kent, Jofeph Pratt. 

New Hartford, Seth Spencer, John Henderfoa, 
New-Milforri, 

Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, Eleazer Holt. 
Plymouth, Lake Potter, Ephraim Hinman. _ 
Salifbury, Jolhua Porter,, Jofeph Canfield, jun. 
Sharon, John C Smith, Abel Patchen. 
Southbury, Benjamin Hinman. 
Torrington, Wait Beach, Ebenezer Miller. 
Warren, Judah Eldred. 

Walhington, Daniel N. Brinfmade, Elijah Haztn. 
Watertown, Samuel \V. Southmayd. 
Winchefter, Heman Smith, Abijah Wilfon. 
Woodbury, Elijah Sherman, Noah B. Benedict. 
Middletown, Andrew Campbell, Eben'r $acoa. 
Haddam, John May, O.'iver Wells. 
Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, James Bill. 
Eaft-Haddam, Jona. O. Mofely, Eliphalet Holmes, 
Killingworth, Jofeph Willcox, 2d, Martin Lord. 
Saybrook, William Hart, Samuel Williams. 
Tolland, Jeremiah Weft, Jonathan Barns. 
Bolton, Jared Cone, Saul Alvord. 
Ellington, Ifaac Wells. 

Coventry, Ephraim Kingiburv, Nathan Howard. 
Hebron, Sylvefter Gilbert, Elijah Houfe. 
Sonicrs, Reuben Sykes, Simon Fobes. 
Stafford, Lyman Lyon, Samuel Fuller. 
Union, Samuel Crawford, Robert Paul, jun. 
Willington, Samuel Denton, Rufus Fifk. 

Judicial and Civil Departments. 
JUDGES of the SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Jefle Root, efq. Chief Judge. 
lion* Jona. "Spurges, efq. j Hon. Ste. M. MitcUel, efq,. 



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Hon. Jona. Ingerfoll, efq. | Hon. Tapping Recvt, efq. 

George Pitkin, efq. (of Eait Hertford,) 

Clerk, Hartford County. 

COUNTY of "HA R T F O R D. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Roger Newbury, efq. 1 Pliny Hillyer, efc. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. | Eliphalet Terry, efq. 

Thomas ChefVer, efq. Treafurer and Clerk. 



JUSTICES of 

Hartford. 
, Noah Webfter, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
Ralph Pomeroy, 
William Mofeley, 
John Trumbull, 
Nathan H. Whiting, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Imlay, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Ephraim Root, 
Andrew Kinglbury, efq'rs 

Berlin. Selah Hart, 
Gad Stanley, 
James North, 
Solomon Dunham, 
William judo*, 
Amos Hosford, efq'rs. 

Br if oh 
Abraham Penibcne, 



THE PEACE. 

Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, jun. 
Enos Ives, efq'rs. 

E*ji- Hartford. 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Welles, 
Elifha Pitkin, 
Aftibel Pitkin, 
Richard Pitkin, 
:»amuel Flagg, efq'rs. 

Enfield. 
John Reynolds, efq. 

Eaft Windfor. 
William Wolcott, 
Frederick Ellfworth, 
Rofwell Grant, 
Caleb Booth, 
Daniel Rockwell, efq'rs* 

Farmington. 
Ichabod Norton, 
William -udd, 
Noadiah Hooker, 



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John Mix, 
Timo. Pitkin, jan. 
Roger Hooker, efq'rs. 

Glaftenbury. 
Philips Selew, 
Jofiah Hale, 
Elima Hale, efq'rs. 

(Sranby. 
. Afael Holcomb, 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Judali Holcomb, jun. 
Andrew Hillyer, 
Hez'h Holcomb, 
Reuben Humphreys, 
Zeph. H. Smith, efq'rs. 

Hart land. 
Elizur Enfign, 
Uriel Holmes, efq'rs. 

Sujidd. 
Ifaac Owen, 
Thaddeus Leavett, 
Amos Granger, 
Oliver Phelps, 
Afa . Hathaway, 



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Southington, 
John Curtis, 
Tim. Clark, efq'rs. 

Sims bury. 
Daniel Humphreys, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Reuben Humphreys, 
Noah A Phelps, 
Ezra Adams, 
George Humphreys, efq'rs. 

Wethersfitld. 
Charles Churehill, 
Samuel W. Williams, 
Jofeph Bulkley, 
John Williams, 
Joihua Belden, jr. 
E^ek. P. Belden, efq'rs, 

Wind/or, - 
Henry Allen, 
Solomon Grifwold, 
Oliver Mather, 
Hezekiah Biflell, 
Abiel Grifwold, 
Joiiah Biffell, efq'rs. 



Samuel Hale, efq'rs. 

Thomas Y. Seyniour, efq. fiate attorney. 



R A C T I 



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Chauncey Goo Jrich, 
Will' am Mofeley, 
Jon .than Brace, 
Ephrairn Root, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Theodore D wight. 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Brown, 
Ions, W. Edwards, efq'rs. 



ATTORNIESo 

Berlin. 
Elnathan Smith, efq. 

Enfield. 
William Kibbee, efq. 

Farmington. 
William Judd, 
Timo. Pitkin, jun. efq'rs. 

Glajlenbury. 
Jofeph Backus, 
Zepaam, H. Smith, efq'rs. 



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Siwsbury. 
William WilUfton, efq. 

IV ethers fie d. 
John William*, efq. 

Wind for. 
Hezekiah BUTeU, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
'-argent, efq'rs. 



Gratthy. 
Root, efq. 

Southhigton. 
Roger Whittlefey, cfq. 

Nuffield. 
Gideon Granger, jun. 
Hez'h Huntington, efq'rs. 

Stephen Cheftcr, efq- Wethersfield, fherifF. 
Deputy Sheriffs. John Dodd, Simon Clark, Hartford, 
Appleton Robbins, W r ether sfield. Nathan M< rrow, Eaft- 
Hurtford. Nathaniel Chandler, Enfield. Romantha Nor- 
ton, F.irmington. Oliver H,.nchett, Suffield. David * helps, 
Simshury- William RufTell, Simeon Grifwold, George 
Wolcott, Windfor. 

Ephraim Robbins, Hartford, Goaler. 

COUNTY of NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Samuel Bifhop, efq. Chief j*dge. 

Jofeph Hopkins, efq. | Gideon Buckingham, eici* 

Andrew Waid, efq. j Simeon Briftol, efq. 

Abraham Kifhop, efq. r ) reafurer and Clerk^ and 

Cterk^of the upsrior Court. 



TUSTICES o 

New- Bay en. 
Samuel Bifhop, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Dagget, 
Jofeph Darling, 
jofrph Bradley, 
Dyer White, 
Nehemioh Smith, 
Elizur Goodri h, 
Simeon Baldwin, /^q'rs. 



THE PEACE. 

Brcmford. 
Edward Ruflel, 
Eberieiser Ruffs I, 
Jonah C ark, 
John Rude), 
Orchard Gou'd, 
William GoulJ, efq'rs* 

Chefiire. 
Snmue! Be en, 
Andrew Hull, 



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William Law, 


MUford. 


Jared Burr, efq'rs. 


Lewis Mallett, 


Derby. 


Stephen Gunn, 


Eliphalet Hotchkifs, 


Ab'm V. H. Dewitt, efq'rs 


Thamas Clark, 


North- Haven* 


John Humphreys, 


-jfofeph Pierpont, 


Levi Tomlinfon, 


Samuel Mix, efq'rs. 


Ruffel Tomlinfon, 


Wiillingford* 


John Riggs, efq'rs. 


Oliver Stanley, 


Durham. 


Caleb Cook, : 


Simeon Parfons, 


Samuel Whiting, 


DanParmelee. efq'rs. 


kliakim Hall, 


E aft -Haven. 


John M'Cleave, 


Jofiah Bradley, 


Sam. Woodruff, 


Enos Hemingway, efq'rs. 


Dan Collins, efq'rs. 


Hdwden* 


j Water bury* 


Bazil Munfon, 

John Hubbard, efq'rs. 


John Welton, 
Phineas Porter, 
}ohn Lewis, jun. 


Guilford. 


Ethel Brunfon, 


Auguftus Collins, 


John Kin gfbury, 


Thomas Burgifs, jun. 


Jared Byington, efq'rs. 


Elias Graves, 


Woodbridge. 


William Starr, 


David French, 


Miks Munger, 


Thomas Darling, 


Jonathan Todd, 


Samuel Ofborn, efq'rs. 


Henry Hill, 


WolCGtt. 


Ad' m Chittenden, jr. 


Mark Harrifon, 


Nathaniel Rofleter, efq'rs. 


i Charles -Upfon, efq'rs. 


Pierpont Edward 


;, efq. ft ate attorney. 



Practising Att denies. 



New- Haven* 
James Hillhoufe. 
William Hillhoufe, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
David Daggett, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Dyer White, 



Ifaac Mills, 
Nathan Smith, 
John Goodrich, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Levi Ives, jun. 
Tuic Wales, . 
EUhu Munioiij 



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David B. Ingerfoll, efq. 

Wallingfsrd. 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Telle Atwater, efq'rs. 

Water bury. 
JohnKingfbury, efq. 

Wolcott. 
Cyms Clark, efq. 



Stephen Twining, 
Eli Todd, efq'rs. 
Che/hire. 
B. Beech, efq. 
Derby. JefTe Beech, efq. 

Guilford. 
Nathaniel RofTeter, efq. 

Miiford. 
Ab'm V. H.Dewitt, 

Jehu Brainerd, efq. fteriff, 

Deputy Sheriffs. John R. Throop, Neiv-Hnven. Sel. 

clen Spencer, Chejbire. Hezekiah CI irk, Huntington, 

AmbrofeCook, Walling ford. Benjamin Upfon, Water bury, 

Jofeph Peck, New- Haven, Goaler. 

COUNTY of NEW-LONDON, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. Chief Judge. 
William Noyes, efq. | Benjamin Coit, efq. 

Charles Pbeips, efq. J Marvin Wait, efq. 

William Noyes, efq. Treafurer. 
Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. Clerk, and Clerk Sup. Court. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Nnv-London. 
Grifwold Avery, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
George Williams, 
Jonathan Starr, 
Guy Richards, 
Elias Perkins, 
Samuel Wheat, 
George Colfax, efq'rs. 

Nir-wich. 
Chriftopher Leffingwell, 
Rufus Lathrop, 



Jonathan Huntington, 
Andrew Tracy, 
Benjamin Huntington, jr. 
Andrew Huntington, 
Eliflia Hyde, 
Afa Spalding, 
Andrew Perkins, 
Zabdiel Rogers, 
Thomas Fanning, efq'rs* 

Bozrab. 
Nehemiah Waterman, jr. 
Benjamin Throop, efq's. 



Cokhejler. 
Daniel Foot, 
John Watrous, 
David Kilborn, . 
Henry Champion, jr. 
Eliphalet Bulkley, 
Ebenezer Lathrop, 
Joel Foot, 
John Ifliam, 2d. efq'rs. 

Franklin, 
Eli Hyde, 
Silas Hartmorne, efq'rs. 

Groton. 
Ebenezer Ledyard, 
Amos Geer, 
Thomas Avery, 
Stephen Billings, 
Starr Chefter, 
Jofeph Allyn, 
Eben'r Avery, efq'rs. 

Lisbon. 
John Perkins, 
Ezra Biihop, 
Levi Perkins, jr. efq'rs. 

Lyme. 
Ezra Selden, 
Richard Wait, 

Afa Spalding, 



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Andrew GrifwokJ, 

Seth Ely, 

Matt. Grifwold, jr. 

David F. Sill, 

Moles Warren, jr. efq'rs. 

Montville. 
John G. Hilihoufe, 
Jofhua Raymond, efq'rs. 

Preftou. 
Samuel Mott, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Elias Br own, 
Daniel Morgan, jun. 
Nathaniel Lord, 
Oliver Crary, 
Ifaac Avery, 
Alexander Stewart, efq'rs. 

Stonington., 
Nathaniel Miner, 
jofeph Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
Latham Hull, 
Stephen Avery, 2d. 
Coddington Billings, 
Samuel Prentice, 
Stephen Hull, efq'rs. 



efq. ft ate attorney. 



PRACTISING 

New London. 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Lyman Law, 
Jacob B. Gurlsy, 
Wm. P.Cleveland, efq'rs. 

Norvjich. 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Elifha Hyde, 
Samuel Huntington, 2d. 



Attorn ies. 
William S. Hart, 
i]ames Lanm \n, 
Luther Spalding, efq'rs. 
I CoJcbtfttr. 

(William Townteiu!, 
Zachariah Ohnftead, 
Benj. Trumbull, efq'rs. 

Groton. 
Eliiha Williams, cfq. 



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Nathan Peters, efq'rs. 

Stonington. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Thomas Butler, 
Coddington Billings, 
Daniel Tillotfon, efq'rs. 



Lyme. 
Matthew Grifwold, jr. 
loger Grifwold, 
lichard IVTCurdy, 
)avid M. Jewett, efq'rs. 

P reft on. 
feremiah Hal fey, 

Jofhua Huntington, cfq. Norwich, fieri 'f. 
Deputy ft? e'rijfs. William Richards, New-London. Be- 
a Peck, Norwich. Solomon Scovel, Colcbeftcr. Oliver 
^eck, Lyme. William Williams, jun. Stonington. 

Goalers. Archibald Robinfon, New-London. Seth 
Miner, Norwich. 

COUNTY of FAIPvFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. JofcphP. Cook, efq. Chief Judge. 
Lemuel Sanford, efq. I Samuel W. Johnfon, efq. 

P. B. Bradley, efq. | Matthew Marvin, efq. 

Hon. Jonathan Sturgis, efq. Treafurer. 
David Burr, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES of- the PEACE. 



Fairfield. 
Andrew Rowland, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Walter Bradley, 
Ebenezer Jeffup, 
Jofeph Strong, 
Jofcph Noyes, 
David Allen, 
David Judah, efq'rs. 

D anbury. 
Eli Mygatt, 
Thomas Taylor, 
Eliiha Whittlefey, 



Timothy Taylor, 
James Clark, efq'rs. 

Brookfield. 
Amos Wheeler, 
Henry Peck, 
Daniel B. Cook, efq'rs. 

Greenwich. 
Amos Mead, 
jabez Fitch, 
John M'Kay, 
Benjamin M«ad, efq'rs. 

Huntington. 
EliOia Mills, 



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Agur Judfon, 
Diodat* Silliman, 
Ebenezer Beach, 
Legrand M. Lewis, 
Othniel Deforreft, efq'rs. 

ISfortvalk. 
Eliphalet Lockwood, 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Job Bartram, 
Jofeph Silliman, 
Matthew Mead, 
John Cannon, 
Ozias Marvin, efq'rs. 
Nexv-Fairfwld. 
James Potter, 
Nehemkh Beardfley, 
Stephen Barns, 
Amos Brum, efq'rs. 

Neivteivn. 
William Edmond, 
David Baldwin, 
David Beers, 
John Sanford, efq'rs. 

Reading, 
Andrew L. Hill, 
James Rogers, 
William Heron, 
SethS. Smith, efq'rsr 

Andrew Rowland 



Ridgficld. 
John Benedict, 
Daniel Cooley, 
Jofhua KingJ 
William Forrefter, 
Nathan Dauchy, efq'rs. 

Stamford. 
John Davenport, jun. 
Reuben Scofie Id, 
David Maltbie, 
Samuel Webb, efq'rs. 

Stratford. 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah M'Euen, 
Jabez H. Tomlinfan, 
Daniel Judfon, 
Abijah Starling, 
Philip Nichols, 
Thaddeus Ber.edi(fc, efq'r 

Trumbull. 
Abraham Brinfmade, 
Daniel Fairchild, 
Edmund Curtis, jr. efq'rs 

IVcfton. 
John Sherwood, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 
Nathan Wheeler, efq'rs. 

, efq.ftate attorney* 



Practising Attornies. 



FairfielL 
David Burr, jun. 
Jofeph Noyes, 
'Lewis B. Sturgis, 
Sarnnel Rowland, efq'rs. 

D anbury. 
Elifha Whitrlciey, 



Mat. B. Whittlefey, efq'rs. 

Huntington. 
David Allen, 
— — Dudley, efq'rs. 

Neivtown. . 
William Edmond, 
Blackman, 



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Afa Chapman, efq'rs. Joel T. Benedict, efq'rs. 

Norwalk. Stratford. 

Taylor Sherman, Thaddeus Benedict, 

HogerM. Sherman, efq'rs. Jofeph Walker, efq'rs. 

Reading. Weft on. 

Seth S. Smith, efq. Samuel B. Sherwood, 

Stamford. Benjamin Hall, 2d, efq'rs. 

John Davenport, jr. 

Elijah Abel, efq. fieri f. 
Deputy fierifs. Jefle Benedict, Fairfield. Samuel 
Wildman, jun. Danbury. Hezekiah Clark, Huntington, 

y Newtown. Matthew Read, tfor-waih. 

Aaron IVIorehoufe, Reading Stephen Bilhop, Stamford* 

Goaiers. Jeflfe Benedict, Fairfield, Frederick^. 
Whiting, D anbury. 

COUNTY oAviNDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. William Williams, efq. Chief Judge. 

Ebenezer Devotion, efq. | Hon. Tho. Grofvenor, efty 

Cendant Southworth, efq. | James Gordon, efq. 

James Gordon, efq. Treafurer. 

Samuel Gray, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court- 

JUSTICES oT the PEACE. 



Windham. 
Hezekiah Manning, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Zephaniah -j\vift, 
Timothy Larabee, 
Samuel Gray, 
jabez Clark, efq'rs. 

j]jhford. 
Simeon Smith, 
Abel Simmons, jun. 



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John Palmer, 
Joiias Byles, efq'rs. 

Brooklyn. 
Jofeph Baker, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 
James Eldredge, efq'rs. 

Canterbury. 
Sherebiah Butts, 
baniel Froft, 
Mofes Cleveland, 



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Luther Paine^ 
Alexander Gordon, 
Afa Bacon, efq'rs. 

Hampton. 
Ebenezer Mofeley, 
Philip Pearl, 
William Bennet, .efq'rs. 

Killingly. 
Samfon Howe, 
Eleazer Moffatt, 
James Danielfon, 
Ezra Hutchins, efq'rs. 

Lebanon. 
John Clark, 
James Pineo, 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
Peleg Thomas, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Daniel Tilden, efq'rs. 

Mansfield. 
Experience Storrs, 
Frederick Freeman, 
Jeife Williams, 
John Salter, efq'rs. 

PlainfieU. 
William Dixon, 



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John Douglafs, 
Jofhua Dunlap, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Calvin Geddard, 
Xphraim Wheeler, efq'rs. 

Pomfret. 
Lemuel Ingals, 
Ebenezer Kingfbury, 
Lemuel Grofvenor, efq'rs. 

Sterling. ^< 
John Gafton, I^^T 
John Wylie, efq'rs. 
Thompson. 

Jafon Phips, 

Thomas Dykes, 

Thaddeus Learned, efq'rs. 
Voluntoiim. 

AUen Campbell, 

Jofeph Wylie, efq'rs. 
Woodfiock. 

Elifha Child, 

Jedidiah Morfe, 

Nathaniel Marcy, 

John M'Clellan, 

Kehemxah Child, 

John Fox, efq'rs. 



Timothy Larabee, efq. ft ate attorney* 



Practising 

Windham* 
Jabez Clark, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Samuel Perkins, 
Lebbeus Larabee, efq'rs. . 

Ajbford. 
William Perkins, 
Hendricus Dow, efq'rs. 

Brooklyn. , 
John Parifh, efq. 



Attornies. 

Canterbury. 
Elifha Paine, e%. 

Plainfield. 
William Dixon, 
Calvin Gocklard, efq'rs. 

Pomfret. 
Sylvanus Bacchus, efq. 

Woodfiock. 
John M'Ciellan, efq. 



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Slhibael Abbee, Windham, fieri f. 
Deputy Jberiffs. Henry Webb, Windham. Jofeph Burn- 
ham, AJhford. Walter Hough, Canterbury. Eleazer 
Conant, Mansfield. Phinehas Pierce, Plain field. James 
M'CJellan, Woodftock. 

Frederick Larabee, Windham y gmlcr\ 



COUNTY of LITCHFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT 4 . 

Jofhuat Porter, efq. Chief' Judge. 

Hon. Heman Swift, efq. I Nathan Hale, efq* 
Hon. Aaron Auftsn, efq. | David Smith, efq. 

Reuben Smith, efq. Treafurer. 
Frederick Wolcott, efq. Clerk, & Clerk of Sup. Court 



JUSTICES 

Litchfield. 
James Morris, 
Uriah Tracy, 
John Allen, 
John Welch, 
JVlofes Seymour, 
Julius Deming, efq'rs. 

* Barkhemftead. 

Jofeph Wilder, 
Ifrael Jones, jun. 
Samuel Hayden, efq'ri. 

Bethlehem. 
Oliver Parmelee, 
David Ambler, 
David Bellamy, efq'rs. 

Canaan. 
Charles Burrall, 
Samuel Forbes, 
Jonathan Burrall, efq'rs. 



OF TH£ PEACE. 

Colebrook. 
Elijah Rockwell, 
Samuel Mills, efq*rs. 

Corn-wall. 
John fierce, 
Judah Kellogg, 
Edward Rogers, efq'». 

Gojhen. 
Afaph Hall, 
Adino Hale, 
Samuel Hbpkins, efq'rs. 

Harwintsn. 
Daniel Catlin, 
James Brace, efq'rs. 
Kent. Jethro Hatch, 
John Elliott, 
Barzillai SlofTon, efq'rs. 

NeivHartftrd. 
Seth Spencer, 



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Ab'm Kellogg, jr. efb/rs. 

New- Mi '/ford. 
Sherman Boardmaui, 
Daniel Everett, 
Jofiah Starr, 
Steuben Warner, jr. 
SPhilo Ruggles, efq'rs. 

Norfolk. ' 
Giles Pettibone, 
Nathaniel Stevens, efq'rs. 

Daniel Potter, efq. 

Roxbury. 
Curtis Hurd, 
Phinehas Smith, efq'rs. 

Sharon. 
David Downes, 
liaac Pardee, 
Auguft us Taylor, efq'rs. 

South bury. 
Benjamin Hinman, 
Edward Hinman, 
Juftus Johnfon, 
Benjamin Stiles, jr. 
Shadrack Gfborn, efq'rs. 

Salisbury. 



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Adonijah Strong, 

Samuel Lee, 

John Whittlefey, efq'rs. 

Torrington. 
Epaphras Shelden, 
Shubael Grifwold, 
Elifha Smith, 
William Battle, efq'rs. 

Wajhington. 
Daniel N. Brinfmade, 
David Whittlefey, 
David Judfon, efq'rS. 

Winchefter t 
Eliphaz Alvord, 
Samuel Hurlbut, efq'ri. 

Warren. 
Jviftus Sacket, 
Nathaniel Swift, 
JohnTalmadge, ef^'rs. 

V/ ater town. 
Thomas Fenn, 
EliCurtifs,efq'rs. \ 

Woodbury. 
Hezekiah Thompfon, 
Nathan Prefton, 
Nathaniel Smith, efq ? rs# 



Let Norton, 

Hon. Uriah Tracy, efq. flute attorney. 



Practising Attornies. 



Litchfield. 
Ifaac Baldwin, jun. 
Uriel Holmes, 
Daniel W. Lewis, 
James Gould, 
Aaron Smith, 
Roger Skinner, 
David Parmelee, 
Elijah A s, efq'rs. 



Canaan. John Elmer, efq. 
Kent. 
Hem an Berry, 
Barzillai Skwfon, efq'rs. 

Norfolk. 
Edmond Akins, 
Aguffc. Pettibone, efq'rsw 
New- Hartford. 
' Peaie, efq. 



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Salisbury. 
Adonijah Strong, 
Jofeph Canfield, 2d. 
tlifha Sterling, efq'rs. 

Watcrtwn. 
Sam. Southmayd, jr. cfq» 

Wnjhington. 
Daniel N. Brinfmade, 
William Cogfwell, efq'rs 

Woodbury, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B. Benedict, 
William Hawley, efq'rs, 



Daniel Everitt, 
Samuel Boftwick, 
David S. Boremftn, 
Philo Ruggles, efq'rs. 

Roxbury. 
Sammis Blakeley, efq. 

South bury. 
Benjamin Stiles, jun. 
Simeon Hinman, efq'rs 

Sbafift. 
Judfon Canfield, 
John C. Smith, 
Cyrus Swan, efq'rs. 

Lynde Lord, efq. ficritf. 

Deputy Jkcrijfs. Ozias Lewis, Litchfield. AmoS 
Clark, Bethlehem. Frederick Phelps, Harwington. Sa- 
muel Comftock, jun. Neiu-Milford. Nathaniel Robbins, 
Nerfeik. Timothy Chittenden, jun. Salisbury, 
> i ' — Webfter, goaler* 

COUNTY of'mIDDLES- " 



COUNTY COURT. 

John Dickinfon, efq. Chief Judge. 

Hezekiah Lane, efq. | Jonathan Lay, efq. 

Jabez Chapman, efq. | Abraham Pierfon, efq. 

Jonathan Lay, efq. Treafurer. 

Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. Clerk. 

John Fiik, efq. Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Middle town. 
Jlon. Afher Miller, 
'MitthewTalcotr, 
Comfort Sage, 



Ifaac Miller, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Amos Church; Hj 



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Ifaac Gridlevy 
Chauncy Whittle fvy, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Jobs Dickinfon, 
M. T. RufTel, efq'rj 

Chatham, 
Bryan Parmelee, 
Hezekiah Goodrich, 
Chauncy Bulkley, 
James Rill, 
Daniel Shepherd, jr. 
David White, efq'rs. 

Eaft-Haddotfi. 
Timothy Gates, 
Ifrael Spencer, 
Ifaac Spencer, jr. 
EHphalet Holmes, 
Jona. O. Mofely, 
Henry Hill, 
jared Spencer, efq'rs 
Samuel W. 



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• Haddam* 
Hezekiah Brainard, 
Nehemiah Brainard, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainard, 
Edward Selden, efq'rs. 

Killing-worth. 
Job Wright, 
Martin Lord, 
William Morgan, 
Jofeph Wilcox, 2d. 
Bezaleel Briftol, efq'rj. 

Saybraok. 
William Hart, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Thomas Silliman, 
Samuel Hart, 
John Bull, 
Samuel Williams, 
Abner Hall, 
Samuel Tully, efq'rs. 
Dana, efq. flat e attorney* 



Practising Attornies. 



[Jared Spencer, efq'rs. 

Killinaworth* 



Mi. Idle town. 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 

Maithew T. RufTel, No*h Lefter,°efq. 

En'h Huntington, jr. efq > rs.| SaybrooL 

Eaft-Raddam. j None. 

Jonathan O. Mofeley, j 

Enoch Parfons, efq. fieri 'jf. 

Deputy fierifs. William Gvlfton, Eaft-Raddam.— 
William Smith, Had Jam. Danforth Clark, Say brook. — 
Jo'iah White, Chatham. 

'■oilers. Not any, Middleto-uw, \yiiliam Smith, Uad< 



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COUNTY of TOLLAND. 



COUNTY COURT. 



Samuel Gilbert, efq. Chief Judge. 
Jeremiah Ripley, efq. | Jeremiah Weft, efq. 

Reuben Slices, efq. | Jeife Cady, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jun. efq. Treafurer and Clerk, and 
Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES of 
To land. 
Samuel Whittlefey, 
Samuel Edgerton, 
J. Barns, efq'rs. 
Bolton. 
Samuel Carver, 
Xchabod Warner, 
Oliver King, efq'rs. 

Coventry. 
Ephraim Kingibury, 
Benajatv Strong, 
John Hale, efq'rs, 
Ellington. 
Daniel Ellfworth, 
Matthew Hyde, 
Levi Wells, efq'rs. 

Hebron. 
Elijah Kellogg, 

Sylveiler Gilbert, 



the PEACE. 
Elihu Marvin, 
Sylvefter Giibert, 
Benj.«min Buell, 
Joleph barker, 
Joel Jones, efq'rs. 

Somen. 
Thomas Pitkin, 
Simon Fobes, efq'rs. 

Stafford. \ 
John Phelps, 
Eleazer W. Phelps, efq'rs. 

Vnion. 
So'ornon Wales, 
John Seffions, 
Samuel Crawford, efq'rs. 

Williiigton. 
Samuel Dunton, 
Elifha Jobnfon, efq'rs. 

efq. Jfatc attorney. 



Practisii 

Tolland. 
Samuel Whittlefey, 
Jonathan Barns, efq'rs. 

Hcbr&n. 
Elijah L, Lajihrpp, 



Attornies. 

John T. Peters, efq'rs. 

Stafford. 
Eleazer W. JPhe^s, efq. 



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Elijah Chapman, jun. t^.JHerif. 
n'Ptyflerifs. William Cobb, Tolland. George O. 
Gilbert, Hebron. Zebadiah Butler, Stafford. S 

W. Williams, G*?/*r. 



Courts of Probate in ConntBicut. 



Dijlrjfis. Judges. 

Hartford. Jonathan Bull, eft. 
New-Haven. Samuel Bifhop, efq. 
New-London. Hon. W. Hillhoufe, 
Fatrfi f id. And' w Rowland, efq 
Windham. Hon. W. Williams, 
Litchfield. Fred. Wolcott, efq. 
Middletown. John Dickinfon, efq. 
Plainfield. James Gordon, efq. 
Guilford. Edward RufTel, efq. 
Woodbury. Nathan Prefton, efq. 
Stamford. J.Davenport, jr. efq. 
S>nn4>ury. Hon. J. p. Cook. 
Eaft'Haddam.lfazc Spencer, efq 



Clerks. 



Norwich. A. Huntington, efq, 
Pomfret. Hon. T. Grofrenor 
Sharon. Jofliua Porter, efq. 

Stafford. John Phelps, e^. 

Stmsbury. Noah Phelps, efq. 
Stonington. Charles Phelps, efq. 
Farmington. Hon. J. Treadwelh 
Wallingford. Oliver Stanley, efq. 
Saybrook. Hezekiah Lane, efq. 
Stratford. Robert Walker, efq. 
EaJf-mndfir.KYiph. Terry, efq. 
Waterbury. Jofeph Hopkins, efq. 
Norfolk. Giles Pettibone, efq. 
NVw-iM/^rrf.Daniel Everit, efq. 
Hefo'on. Samuel Gilbert, <efq. 



Mr. James Welles. 
Abraham Biftiop, ef^ 
Lyman Law. eft}. 
. Samuel ROwland,efq. 

Mr. Tho's Williams, 

Mr. Roger Skinner, 

Mr. John Fifk. 

Mr. John Douglafs, jr, 

Henry Hill, efq. 

NoahB. Benedict, efq. 

Eb'r Davenport, efq. 

Mr. J. P. Cook, jun. 

Jared Spehcer, efq. 

Mr.J. HUhtington. 
- LenVl Gn>fvenor,efq. 

Mr. Peter B Porter. 

E. W. Phelps, efq. 
Mr. Noah A. Phelps. 
Mr. JohftDenifon, gdo 
Mr. Martin Bull. 
Mr. Hun Munfon. 
Mr. Dan Lane. 
Jofeph Walker, efq. 
Mr. Arodi Wolcotfc 
Mr. Jefle Hopkins. 
Afael Humphrey, efq. 
Philo Ruggles, efq. 
Geo* O, Gilbert, tl^.» 



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The following g€ntlemen were nominated by, tha Votes 
of the Freemen of this State, to ftand for Eleftioa 
as Afliftants or Members of the Council in May 1799. 



His Excellency 
Honorable 

William Williams, 
Jofeph P. Cook, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Roger Newbury, 
He man Swift, 
Thomas Grofvenor, 
Thomas Seymour, 
Aaron Auftin, 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, 



Jonathan Trumbull, 
John Treadwell, 

D-ivid Daggett, 
Jonathan Brace, 
JHezekiah BiflTell, 
Marvin Wait, 
Nathaniel Mnith, 
Stephen T. Ho m^r, 
Zephaniah Swift, ■ 
John Davenport, jnn. 
William Jvloiely, efq'ri. 



William Hart, 
Elias Perkins, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
David Smith, 
Benjamin Talmage, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Calvin Goddard. 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 



OUTS. 

Samuel \V. Johnfon, 
John C. Smith, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
A fa Spalding, 
N.ithan Hale, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Theodore Dwight, 
Epaphroditus Champion, 
Henry Champion, efq'rs. 



Attornies admitted ar, the Circuit Court 
in Conn bcticut, 

Pierpont Edwards, efq. Diftricl Attorney. 



John Allen, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
\ William Brown, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Hezekiah BilTell, 
David Burr, 
Jofeph Backus^ 



Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Jabez Clark, 
Thomas Cheller, 
Judfon Caniield, 
David Daggett, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Theodore Dwight, 



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Sarmtet W. Dana, 
Joftn Davenjfort, jr. 
A. V. H. Dewitt, 
William Edmond, 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Chauncy Goodrich, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Roger Grifw old, 
Gideon Granger, jr. 
James Hillhouie, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Uriel Holmes, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Samuel Huntington, 2d. 
William S. Hart, 
Enoch Huntington, 
William Judd, 
Rofwell JudfOn, 
Ephraim Kirby, 
Lyman Law, 
J.O. Mofely, 
William Mofely, 
Ifaac Mills, 



Enoch Perkins, 
Timothy Pitkin, juni 
John T. Peters, 
John Pariih, 
Matthew T. Roflel, 
Ephraim Root, 
Philo Ruggles, 
Afa Spalding, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
John C. Smith, 
Lewis B. St urges, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Nathan Smith, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Benjamin Stiles, jun. 
John Trumbull, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Willifton, 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Dyer White, * 
John Williams, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
Samuel Whittlefey, 
Elifha Whittlefey, efq'rs. 



Notaries Public. 

t tt •.*■ j C Enoch Perkins, efq. 
In Hartford. £ The o d ore Dwight, efq. 

Mew-Haven, Elizur Goodrich, efq* 

New- London, Lyman Law, efq. 

Norwich, Samuel Huntington, 2d, efq. 

Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, efq. 

Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott, efq. 

Middletown, Matthew T. RuiTel> efq. 

Lyme, William Noyes, efq. 

Preft**), Samuel Mott, efq. 



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Woodftock, Jeriidiah Morfe, efq. 
Plainfield, Calvin Goddard, efq. 
New-.MiH'ord, Daniel Everitt, Efq. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Samuel Biftiop, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen* 
Tunothy Jones, efq. I Elizur Goodrich, efq. 

Henry Daggett, efq. | Dyer White, eft}. 

Simeon Baldwin, efq. City Clerk. 
Nathan Beers, efq. Treafurer. 
JohnB. Tliroop,?^ iif 
JofephPeok, $ 4ne ™ s - 
Common Council Men. 
MefT. Ifaac Beers, Elias Shipman, James Hillhoufe, 
Jofeph Bradley, Thaddeus Beecher, David Daggett, 

Jlezekiah Hotchkifs, ■ ■ ' . - ~- ? Ifa.ac Mills, 

Simeon Baldwin. 

(Annual Meeting the firft Tuefday in June.) 

NEW.LQNDON. 

Hon. Richard Law, efq. Mayor. 
j&kderweti. » 

Marvin Wait, efq. | G.uy Richards, e#^ 

Winthrop SaltoniUU, efq. | Samuel Wheat, e'iq. 
Lyman Law, Clerk City Court. 

John Oven, City Clerk. 
William Richards, ? n .& 
JoihiiaHempfted, 5 """**• 
Common Council Men. 
Meff. Simon Wolcott, George Colfax, Elias Perkins, 
Elilha Hinman, Robert Allyn. 
• (Annual Meeting the iccond Monday- in June.) 



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HARTFORD. 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen* 
Samuel Wyllys, efq. | ;ohn Caldwell, efq. 

Jonathan Bull, efq. | Thomas Y. Seymour, efq. 

Solomon Porter, efq. Clerk. 
Simon Clark, ? /l */r 
Daniel Corning, $ SheilSs - 
j Lommon Council Men, 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, John Cheoevard, Chauncy 
Goodrich, John Morgan, hphraim Root, Jofeph Hart, 
George Goodwin, William Mofely, Timothy Burr, 
Enoch Perkins, Jonathan Brace, Ifaac Bull. 

(Annual Meeting laft Monday in March.) 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Alher Miller, efq. Mayor. 

A I Airmen. 
Chauncy Whittlefey, efq. I Lemuel Storrs, efq. 
Samuel VV. Dana, efq j w illiam Plurnbe, efq. 

John Fiik, Clerk. 
Nathan strong, £ fteriffs. 
Samuel Canfield, 5 
Common Council Men. 
Nehemiah Hubbard, jun. Lamberton Cooper, Giles 
Meigs, Ebeneter Sag", Matthew T. RufTel, Andrew 
Campbell, William Starr, Frederick Reofield. 

(Annual Meeting the third Monday in January.) 

NORWICH. 

Elifha Hyde, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Chrifto. Leffingwell, efq. | Jonathan Frifbie, tfq. 
John Turner, efq. | Jacob D' Witt, efq. 



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Huntington, jr. Clerk of City and City Court; 
Benjamin Tracy, ^^ft. 



Benj, 



Shubael Breed, 

Common Council Men, 
MeflT. Azariah Lathrop, jofepb Howland, Thomas L. 
| Thomas, Uriah Tracy, Thomas Hubbard, Samuel 
'(Huntington, jun. 

(Annual Meeting the third Monday in April.) 



BANKS. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, Efq; Prefident. 

Hezckiah Merrill, Caftiier. 

directors. 



MeflVs. John Caldwell, 
John Morgan, 
Ephraim Root, 
George Goodwin, 
William Mofely, 



Thomas Bull, 
Ezekiel Williams, jr. 
Aaron Olmfted, 
Nathaniel Patten. 



UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Jedidiah Huntington, efq. Prefident. 
John Hallam, Caihier. 

DIRECTORS. 



MeflT. Jed. Huntington, 
Jofeph Howlnnd, 
Samuel Woodbridge, 
Bela Peck, 
George Hallam, 
Chrifto. Leffingwell, 



Marvin Wait, 
Uriah Tracy, 
Eiias Perkins, 
Simeon Thomas^ 
James Til ley. 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Isaac Beers, efq. Prefident. 

William Lyon, Gamier. 

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DIRECTORS. 



MeflTrs. Jofeph Drake, 
Ifaac Beers, 
Thaddeus Beecher, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
John Nicoll, 



Abraham Bradley, 
Frederick Hunt, 
Ebenezer Peck, 
Stephen Ailing. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, efq. Prefident. 

Hezekiah Perkins, Cafhier. 

directors. 



MefT. Eben. Huntington, 
Thomas Fanning, 
Elias Brown, 
Jofeph Williams, 
Jofhua Huntington, 
Elijah Houfe, 
* Jabez Huntington, 



Jabez Perkins, 
John Tainter, 
Thomas Lathrop, 
Benjamin Coit, 
Roger Bulkley, 
Benjamin Snow. 



Minifters and Churches 
in the STATE of CONNECTICUT. 



County 

Hartford. 
llcv. Nathan Strong, 

Abel Flint, 

Nathan Perkins, 

Vacant, E. & 

Berlin, John Smalley, 

Benoni Upfon, 

Nathan Fenn. 
Brrftol, Giles H. Cowles, 

Jonathan Miller. 
Eajl-Hartford, 

Eliph. Williams, D. 

"Vacant, 

Chrifto. Miner, 



of Hartford. 

Eaft-Wzndfor, 

David M'Clure, 
Thomas Potwine. 

Enfield, Nehem. Prudden,C. 
B. Vacant. 

Farmington, Jof. Wafhburn, 
Rnfus Haw ley. 

GJafteubury,\Vm. Lockwood, 
James Eells. 

Gratify, Ifaac Porter, 

IWhitefield Cowles. 
Hartland, Aaron Church, 
Nathaniel Gay lord. 



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Wwthiugto*, t 

William Robmfon, 
Vacant, B. 

Plurality, E. 

Sujfiddy Ebenezcr Gay, 
Daniel Waldo, 
John Haftings, B. 

Simsbury, Samuel Stebbins, 
Jeremiah Hallock, 



Ambrofe Todd, E. 
Wethersfield, John Marfh, 

Joihua Belding, 

Calvin Chapin. 
Wtndfor, 

Henry A. Rowland, 

William F. Miller, 

Vacant. 



New-Haven. 

Thomas VV. Bray, 
Simon Backus, 
Plurality, E. 

Hamden, Vacant, 
Mi if or d, Beza Pineo, 
David Tullar, 
Vacant, E. 

North- Haven, 

Ber.j. Trumbull, D-D- 
Phuality, 
Wai/ingford, James Noyes, 
John Willard, 
Afhbel Homier, B. 
Seth Hart, E. 

Vacant. 
Water bury, Vacant, 

Tillotfon Brunfon, E. 
Abraham Fowler, 
Vacant. 
Woodbridgc, 

David L. Beebe, 

Stephen Hawky. 

Wolzolt, If. B. Woodward. 



County of 

New-Haven. 
Rev. James Dana, D. D. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Bela Hubbard, E. 

Vacant, 

Noah Willifton, 

Plurality, E. 

Branford, 

JLynde Huntington, 

Matthew Noyes, 

Samuel fcells, 

Vacant, E. 

Chejhire, John Foot, 

Reuben Ives, E 

Derby, A mala Porter, 
Rich. Mansfield, D.D. E 

David Brownfon, 

Abner Smith. 
Durham, Vacant. 
E. Haven, Nicholas Street, 

Vacant, E 

Guilford, Amos Fowler, 

John Elliott, 

County of New-London* 
New- London. . Charles Seabury, E. 

Rev. Heury Charming, | Zadock Darrow. B. 



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Sozrah, Jonathan Murdock, 

Peter Rogers, B. 

file hefter y Salmon One, 

Robert Robbins, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, B. 

FranklirSy Samuel Nott. 
Groton, Vatant, Vacant, 

Silas Burrows, B. 

Vacant, C. 

Lisbon, David Hale, 

Andrew Lee. 
Lyme, Lathrop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 

David Higgins, 

Jafbn Lee, B 



Daniel Miner, 
Montville, Vacant, 

Reuben Palmer, 
Norwich, Jofeph Strong, 

John Tyler, 

Walter King. 
Prefton y Lemuel Tyler, 

Levi Hart, 

Vacant > 

Paul Park, 
Stoniftgton, 

Hez. N. Woodruff, 

Vacant, 

Chrifto. Avery, 

Eleazer Brown, 

Simeon Brown, 

Val. W. Rathbun, 



B. 
E. 

C. 



C. 

Be 

B. 

Be 



County of Fairfield. 



Fairfield. 


V.FairficldyMedzd Rogers, 


f>v. Andrew Elliott, 


Maltby Gelfton. 


Hezekiah Ripky, 


Sfe-wtowny Vacant, 


Vacant, 


Vacant, E. 


Vacant, E. 


Nor-walky Jvlatthias Burnet, 


Vacant. 


Wm. Smith, E. 


'$*'$**• jUldy Thomas Brooks, 


Aaron Woodward, 


PteaUty, E. 


Juftus Mitchell. 


Pgfdury^ Timo. Langdon, 


Readingy Nath'l Bartlett, ? 
Jona. Bartlett, jun. 5 


John Ely, 


Vacant, E. 


Vacant, E. 


Edten. White, Sands. 


Ridgfieldy Sam'l Goodrich, 


— Bronfon, B. 


Samuel Camp, 


firctniuschy • Benedict, 


Vacant, - B«. 


Ifaac Lewis, D. D. 


Vacant, E. 


Plurality, ' E. 


Stamfordy Daniel Smith, 


Huntingtvny David Ely, 


Piatt Buffett, 


Enfha Rexford, ' 


Eben. Dibble, D.D. E. 


Vacant, E. 


Ebenezer Eerris, B* 



( 

*atford y 
\ tepbsn W. Stebbins, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 



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Aflibcl Baldwin, 
Trnmhrfl) Vacant. 
Wcfl'jn, James Johnfou, 

John Noyes. 



E. 



Windhwi, 
Rev. Elijah Waterman, 

James Cogfwell, D.D. 

John Palmer, C. 

Benjamin Lathrop, B. 
djljfsrd) Enoch Pond, 

Andrew Judfon, 

William Storrs. 
Brooklyn, Jofiah Whitney, 

Plurality, * E. 

CiWtcrbury, Vacant, 

John Staples. 
Hampton, Ludov. Weld, 

Vacant, B. 

Ktlllngl^ Elifha Atkins, 

— Day, " C 

Lebanon f Zebu Ion Ely, 



County of Windham. 



Wm. B. Ripley, 

Thomas Brock Way, 

John Gurlev, 

Chrifto. Palmer, B, 
mamfif/d, John Sherman, 

Mofes C. Welch. 
Pltiinfield) Joel Bene die! . 
Pom/ret, Aaron Putnam, 

Daniel Fogg, E. 

Walter Lyon, 

V acant- 
ThotxpfoU) Daniel Dorr, 

John Martin, B. 

Vohtnto-ii>n, Mich. Porter. 
Woodcock, Eliph. Lyman, 

William Graves, 

Vacant. 



Litchfield, 
Rev.Judah Champion 

Dan Huntington, 

Amos Chafe, 

JofephE. Camp, 

Vacant, 

David Butler, E. 

Bethljhem, Azel Backus. 
Barkbemftcd, Ozias Eells, 

Vacant. 
Golebrook, J. Edwards, D.D. 
C.im x w, Daniel Farrand, 

Vacant. 

F*: 



County of Litchfield. 



\CorrmaU, Hercules Wefton, 
7 Ifrael Holly. 

S\GoJhc>n y Afahel Hooker. 
Rarivinton, Jolhua Williams-. 
Kent, Joel Board well. 
New-Msi/ord, 

Nathaniel Taylor, ? 
Stanley Grifwold, $ 
Truman Marfb, E. 
New-Hartford^ 

Edward D. Griffing. 
Norfolk^ Ammi R, Bobbins, 
Plymouth^ Sinicn "Waterman* 



( 

Plurality. 
Roxbury, Zephaniah Swift, 

Plurality. 
Sharon, Cotton M. Smith, 
Salisbury , Jof. W.Crofsman 
Souihbury, Benj . Wildman, 

Vacant. 
Ttrrington, Ale*'r Gillett, 

Samuel J. Milis^ 



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Wapingttn, Jeremiah Day, 

Ebenezer Porter, 

Plurality. 
Warren, Peter Starr. 
Watertoivn, Uriel Gridley, 

Chauney Prindle, E. 
tVoodburjjTXo&Xk Benedict, 

Plurality. 
JT//z^^r,PubluisV.Booge. 



County of 

Middletoivn. 
Rev. Enoch Huntington, 

Abra*Yn Jarvis, dd. E. 

Gerfliom Bulkley, 

Vacant, 

Thomas Miner, 

David Huntington, 

Jofeph Graves, C 

JE-t/f- Ha id Am, Elijah Parfons, 

William Lyman, 

Jofeph Vani 

Vacant, ^ , B. 

Solo. Blakeflee, E. 
Qhjtb*& 9 Cyprian Strong, 



Middle fex. 

Joel Weft, 

David Selden, 

Solomon Wheat, B; 

Plurality, E. 

Haddamf Eleazer May. 
Killing-worthy 

Achilles Mansfield, 

Henry Ely. 
Saybroork, F. W. Hotckifs, 

Richard Ely, 

John Devotion, 

Samuel Mills, 

Vacant, I£* 

Vacant, B. 



County 

Tolland. 
He v. Nathans Williams. 
DoHen, George Colton, 

Ebenezer Kellogg 
Coventry, Abiel Abbott, 

John L. Skinner, 

Royal Tyler. 
&llington, Vacant. 
Heho» 9 AHi3g Baifett, 



of Tolland. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, E* 

timers, Charles Backus, 
Stafford, John Willard, 

JfaacFoiler, 

Vacant. 
Vnhn, David Avery, 
Willington, Abifhai Alden, 

David IrfiDybridge, B* 



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COLLEGES. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 
Rev. Ti moth Y D wight, D. D. President. 



FELLOWS. 



Eliphalet Williams, D.D. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Jofiah Whitney, 



David Ely, 
Nathan Williams, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Levi Hart, 
James Dana, D. D. 



The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, andfixfenior 
Council, together with the foregoing Fellows, confti- 
tute the Corporation. 

Jofiah Meigs, Profejfor of ^Mathematics, and Natural 
Pbilofoj>hy. 

Vacant, Profeffor of Divinip 

TUTORS. 

Jeremiah Atwater, 4th,yV»/V Tutor and Librarian. 
Zachariah Lewis, Kenry Davis, Jeremiah Day. 

James Hillhoufe, Treafurer, 

Jeremiah Atwater, Steward. 

David Young,, Butler, 

Commencement, fecond Wednefday in September. 
Vacations : From Commencement fix weeks ; and from 
the fecond Tuefday in January, three weeks ; and 
from the fixth of May, three weeks. 

Harvard Univerfity, in Cambridge* 

Rev. Joseph Willard, D. D. and LL.D. Prefident 
Commencement, the third Wednefday in July. 
Vacations: From Commencement, four weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in O&ober, two weeks. 
From the firft Wednefday in January, five weeks, 
From the third Wednefday in April, two weeks, 



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Rhode-lfland College, at Providence, 

Hon. Jabez Bovven, efq. Chancellor. 

Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, Prefident. 

Vacations : From the firft Wednefday in September, 

four weeks; from the firft Wednefday in January, fix 

■weeks ; and from the firft Wednefday in May, three 

-weeks. 

Dartmouth College, in New-Hampfhire* 

John Wheelock, LL.D. Prefident. 
Commencement, the fourth Wednefday in Augnft. ' 

Williams' College, Berkshire County^ 

R«v. Ebenezer Fitch, Prefident. 

Stephen Weft, D. D. Vice Prefident. 

Commencement, the firft Wednefday in September. 

Chefhire Epifcopal Academy, Con % 

Rev. Dr. John Bowden, Principal. 
Mr. Horatio Ssymour, Aihftant. 

TOWN CLERKS & COLLECTORS 

in the State of Connect cut. 

Town* j Names, ' Town Clerks. St.it c CoUefiors. 

Ashford. Jofias Byles, Ezra Smith, 

Bolton. Saul Alvord, John Walker, jr. 

Bradford. Samuel Gould, kphr.iim Pa-ifh, 

BriftoL Enos Ives, Jacob Bartholomew, 

Berlin. Sylvefter Wells, Benjam'm Hart, jr. 

Bozrah. Eliph. Huntington, Sipieon Abel, jr. 

Brookfield. Daniel B. Cooke, Boilwick iluggles, 

Bethlehem, Titus Hull, Am:s dark, 



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T&wn's Names 

Barkbcmfted. 

Brooklyn, 

Coventry. 

Canterbury. 

Canaan. 

Chatham. 

Cornwall. 

Colebrook. 

Colchefter. 

Chejhire. 

Durham. 

D anbury. 

Derby. 

Eaft-Haddam. 

Eaft-Windfor. 

Enfield. 

Eafi : Hartford. 

Ellington. 

Eaft-Haven. 

Fairfield. 

Farmington. 

Franklin. 

Greenwich. 

Groton. 

Glafienbury. 

Guilford. 

Gojben. 

Granby. 

Hartford. 

Hebron. 

Haddam. 

Harwinton. 

Hart land. 

Hamden. 

Hampton. 

Huntington. 

Killingly. 

Killing-worth. 



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Town Clerks. 
Ifrael Jones, jun. 
Jofeph Baker, 
John Hale, 
Gideon Wells, 
Benaj*h Douglafs, 
Daniel Shepard, jr. 
Judah Kellogg, 
Elijah Rockwell, 
John Watrous, 
Rufus Hitchcock, 
Simeon Parfons, 
Eli Mygatt, 
John Humphrey, 
Timo. Gates, 3d. 
Freder'k fllfwortfl, 
Eliphalet Terry, 
Jonathan Stanley, 
Matthew Hyde, 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Samuel Rowland, 
John Mix, 
Eli Hyde, 
Jabez Fitch, 

Jofiah Hale, 
Thomas Burgifs, 
Adino Hale, 
Judah Holcemb, jr. 
Samuel WylJys, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Nehemiah Brainard, 
Daniel Catlin, 
Prince Taylor, 2d. 
Simeon Brrftol, 
Thomas Stedman, 
Eliiha Mills,. 
Samfon Howe, 
Abraham Pierfon, 



State CoJJefiorim 
Ifaiah Tuttle, 
Vine Robinfon, 
Tubal Cafe, 
Afael Bacon, 
John Hurlbut, 
Nehemiah Gates, 
Noah Rogers, jr. 

Daniel Ifliam, jr. 
Ebenezer Hale, 
Jofeph Parfons, 
Jofeph Clark, 
NathanBuckingham, 
Andrew Champion, 
Seleft-Men, 
Stone Peafe, 
Elihu Olmftead, 
Elifha S. Pember, 
Rofwell Davenport, 
Ifrael Bibbens, 
Ezekiel Cowles, jr. 
Aftier Ladd, 
Solomon Clofe, 
Park Avery, 
William Buck, 
Jared Bifiiop, 
Daniel Baldwin, 
Chauncy Pettibone, 
Nathaniel Skinner, 
Joel Allen, 
Reuben Chapman, 

Jofeph Enfign, 
Wm. G. Hubbard, 
Daii'lDenifon, jr. 
Samuel Wheeler, 
Shubael Hutchins^ 
Dan Lane, 



Kent. 

Lebanon. 

Litchfield. 

Lyme. 

Lisbon. 

Mllford. 

Mlddletown. 

Mansfield. 

Montvllle. 

New- Had en. 

North- Haven. 

New-M'ttford. 

New-Hartford. 

New-London. 

Norwich. 

Nor walk. 

New- Fairfield. 

Newtown. 

Norfolk. 

Phlnfield. 

Preflon. 

Pom fret. 

Plymouth. 

Reading. 

Rldgfieli. 

Roxbury. 

Slontngton. 

Sims bury. 

Sujfield. 

Salisbury. 

Stratford. 



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Julius Cafwell, Nathan Sloflbn, jr. 

Elkanah Tifdale, Abr'm Willcox, 

Mofes Seymour, James Stone, 

David F. Sill, . Jofeph Noyes, 

Jedidiah Burnham, Samuel Bifliop, 
Gideon Buckingham,Thadd. Nettleton, 

John Fifk, Jofeph Coe, 

Conft. Southworth, A fa Bennet, 

John Raymond, Levi Chefter, 

Samuel Bifl»'?;>, Jofeph Peck, 

Jofeph Pierpont, Amos Blakeley, 

Elima Boftwick. Jofiah Lockwood, 
Jofeph Loomis, 
John Owen, 



Guftavus Kilborn, 
Stephen Maynard, 
Ben. Huntington, jr. Benjamin Tracy, 
Samuel Grummond, Thomas Keener, 



Peter Penfield, 
Caleb Baldwin, 
Afael Humphreys, 
Wm. Robin Ton, 
Dan'l Morgan, jr. 
Samuel Waldo, 
Jof. A. Wright, 
Lemuel Sanford, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Elihu Cunfield, 



Sylvan us Stewart, 
Ebenezer Turner, 
Nath'l Stevens, jr. 
Squire Cady, 
James Lord, 
Richard Goodell, 
Joel Langdon, 
Aaron Morehoufe, 
David Keeler, 2d. 
Ab'm Bronibn, 



Stephen Avery, 2d. Benaclam Williams, 



Saybrook. 

Stamford. 

Sharon. 

Somers. 

Southlngton. 

Southbury. 

Sterling. 



Noah A. Phelps, 
Alexander King, 
Afa Hutchinfon, 
Robert Walker, 
Samuel Blodget, 
Zephaniah Pratt, 
John Hoy t, jr. 
Samuel Canfield, 
Jabez Collins, 
John Curtifs, 
Increafe Mofeley, 
Afa Montgomery, 



Aniafa Humphrey, 
Sylv. G. Grifwold, 
Jeremiah Dauchsy, 
John Thompfon, 
Calvin Edfon, 
Augui'tus BuihnelJ, 
JeiTe Hoyt, 
Eplr\m Mariner, 
Calvin Pitkin, 

Benjamin Pierce, 
Thomas Gordon, 



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Benoni Sheparcl, Edward Dimock, 
Eliakim Beach, Stephen Beardfley, 

Elifha Smith, Jofcph Phelps, 

Jacob D re fler, Noadiah Rutfell, 

Robert Lawfon, Robert Paul, jr. 
James Alexander, Samuel Robbins, 
Sam. W. Williams, John Francis, 
Hezekiah Ripley, Jofhua Maxwell, 
John Kingfbury, Ifaac Benham, 
Elilha Whittlefey,jr- Auguftus Hall, jr. 
Henry Allen, Eben. F. Biflell, jr. 

Jedidiah Morfe, Andrew Williams, 
Elijah Holt, Timo. Merrick, 

Nathan Prefton, Pbilo Murray, 
Dan'l N. Brinfmade, Abner Mitchell, 
Eli Curtifs, Richard Fenn, 

Eliphaz Alvord, Horace Higly, 
Thomas Goodfill, Medad Hotchkifs, 



John Tallmadge, 
Nathan Wheeler, 



Piatt Star 
Daniel Gray. 



SOCIETIES. 



Connecticut Cincinnati Society Officers. 

Col. Benjamin Talmadge, Prefident. 
Gen. David Smith, Vice-Prefident. 
Major Thomas Y. Seymour, Secretary. 
Capt. Nathan Beers, Treafurer. 
Capt. John Mix, Affiltant Secretary. 
Capt. Ezekiel P. Belden, Afliftant Treafurer. 
Delegate's to attend the next General Meeting. 
Col. Talmadge, Col Wadfworth, Gen. Smith, Gen; 
E. Huntington, Mr, N H. Whiting. 



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Society of Free Mafons. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut, 
elected May 16, A. L. 5798. 

Moft Worfhipful Stephen T. Hofmer, Grand Mailer. 

Right Worfhipful David Daggett, D.G.M. 

Worfhipful Ebenezer Huntington, S.G.W. 

Worfhipful Samuel Bellamy, J.G.W. 

Henry Champion, G.T. 

John Mix, GS. 

Ephraim Root, S.G.D. 

JeiTe Beach, J.G.D. 

Mofes Cleaveland, G. Marfhal. 

Daniel Holbrook, G. Sword Bearer. 

Rev. Afhbel Baldwin, G. Chaplain. 

Officers of Deputy Grand Chapter. 

Stephen'T. Hofmer, D.G.H. Prieft. 

Ebenezer Huntington, D.G. King. 

Peter Johnfon, D.G. Scribe. 

Nathan Prefton, D.G.S. 

John Tyler, D.G. Chaplain. 

John Mix, of Farmington, D.G. Treafurer. 

JeiTe Beach, D.G. Marfhall. 



Chapters of Royal Arch Mafons, 

in the State of Connecticut. 

Hiram Chapter, Neivtoivn* 
Moft Worfliipful David Baldwin, Efq. H.P. 

Solomon Chapter , Derby. 

Moflr Worfhipful Francis French, Efq. H.P. 

Wajhington Chapter, Middletoivn. 

Moft Worfhipful Stephen T. Hofmer, Efq. H.P. 



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Franklin Chapter, Koruicb. 

Moll Worfhipful Eliflaa Tracy, H.F. 

Vander Broek Chapter, Golchefter. 

Mod Worfhipful Eliphalet Bulkier, Efq. H-P. 

Franklin Chapter, NeivHaven. 

Moft Worfhipful Peter Johnfon, H.P. 

Lodges in the State of Conne£licut. 



No. i. Hiram, New-Haven. 23, 

2. St. John's, Middlctown. 24. 

3. St. John's, Newfield. 25. 

4. Do. Hartford. 26. 

5. Union, Greenwich. 27. 

6. St. John's, Nopwalk. 28. 

7. K.Solomon's, Woodbury 29. 

8. St. John's, Stratford. ' 30. 

9. Compafs, WalHngfbrd. 3-f. 

10. Woofter, Colcheiter. 32. 

11. St. Paul's, Litchfield. 33. 
J 2. King Hiram, Derby. 34 

13. Montgomery, Salifbury. 35 

14. Frederick, Farm.ingron.l30. 
j 5. Moriah, Wind. County. 37 
>6. Temple, Chefhire. 38 

17. Federal, Watertown. 39, 

18. Hiram, Newtown. 40, 

19. Washington, Huntington 41. 
2 'j. Harmony, Berlin. 42. 

21. St. Peter's, N.Mtlford. I43. 

22. Hart's, Woodbridge. 44. 



St. James', Prefton. 
Uriel, Tolland. 
Columbia, Stepney. 

Do. E. Haddam. 
Riling Sun, Wafliington. 
Morn. Star, E. Windfor. 
Village, Weft-Simlbury. 
Day Spring, Hamden. 
Union, New-London. 
Meridian Sun, Warren. 
Friendship, Southington. 
Soraerfet, Norwich. 
Aurora, Harwinton. 
St. Mark's, Granby. 
Weftern Star, Norfolk. 
St. Alban's, Guilford. 
Ark, Weft on. 
Union, Danbury. 
Federal, Brookfield. 
Harmony, Waterbnry. 
Trinity, Killhigworth. 
1 — , Lebanon. 



Officers of the Grand Lodge of R. Ifland. 

Moft Worfhipful Jabez Bowen, G. Master. 
Right Worfhipful Peleg Clarke, D.G.M. 
Worfkipful Chriftop.,er Olney, S.G.W. 



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Worfliipful George Sears, J.G.W. 

Ephraim Bowen, jun. S.G.D. 

JohnL. Bofs, J.G.D. 

Jofeph Tillinghait, G.T. 

John Handy, G.S. 
Jabez Champlin, G.M. 
Gerfnom Jones, G.S.B. 

STATE of RHODE-ISLAND. 

LEGISLATIVE EXECUTIVE and JUDICIAL. 

ARTHUR FENNER, Efq. Governor. 

Samuel J. Potter, Efq. Deputy Governor. 

ASSISTANTS. 



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Thomas G. Hazard, 
Noah Matthew fon, 
Jonathan Comftock, 
John Cooke, 
James Congdon, 



Thomas Hoxfie, 

Peleg Clarke, 

Job Wat ion, 

John Harris, 

Timo. Wilmarth, efq'rs. 



Samuel Eddy, efq. Secretary. 

James Burrill, jun. e!fq. Attorney-GeneraL 

Henry Sherburne, efq. General-Treafurer. 

Jufices of the Superior Court, Court of Affize and General 
Goal Delivery* 
Hon. Peleg Arnold, Efq. Chief. 
George Brown, efq. 2d, I Jomua Bicknell, efq. 4th, 
Walter Cooke, efq. 3d, | Thomas Holden, efq. 5th. 
Clerks of the Superior Court, 
For the County of Newport, William V. King, efq. 
Providence, Paul Allen, jun. efq. Waftiington, John 
Hazard, jun. efq. Briftol, Jonathan Ruffe 11, efq. Kent, 
Andrew Boyd, efq. 

Jujlices of the Court of Common Pleas, and General Seffions 
of the Peace, -within and for the County of Newport. 
Conftant Taber, ef<|. Chief, Benjamin Gardiner, efq- 



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2d. Perez Richmond, eft}. 3d. William Anthony, efq. 
4th. Nicholas Carr, clq. 5th. 

Robert Rogers, efq. Clerk. 

County of Providence. 
Caleb Harris, efq. Chief. John Burton, efq. 2d. John 
Dorrance, efq. 3d. Arnold Paine, efq. 4th. William 
Tyler, efq. 5th. James Fenner, efq. Clerk, 

County of Wiifiington. 
Gideon Clarke, efq. Chief. Robert Stanton, efq, 2d. 
Thomas TefFt, efq. 3d. William Hammond, efq. 4th. 
John Waite, efq. 5th. Sam'j E. Gardner, efq. Clerk. 

County of Briftol. 
Samuel Allen, efq. Chief. William Barton, efq. 2d. 
Jofiah Finney, efq. 3d. Jofeph Reynolds, efq. 4th. Da- 
niel Cole, efq. 5th. Richard Smith, jun. efq. Clerk. 
County of Kent. 
Stephen Arnold, efq. Chief. Thomas Rice, efq. 2d. 
Ifaac Johnfoh, efq. 3d. Benjamin Johnfon, eiq. 4th. 
Stephen Greene, efq. 5th. Hopkins Cook, efq. Clerk. 
Sheriffs. 
For thedounty of Newport, Edward Thurfton. efq. 
Provi. fence, Nohemiah Knight, efq. Walhington, Wal- 
ter White, efq. lii.ltol, Richard Smith, efq. Kent, 
Jonathan Niles, efq. 

P-ihlic Notaries. 
Providence, Samuel Chace, efq. Wafhington, George 
Thomas, efq. Briilol, Richard Smith, juh. efq. Kent, 
Hopkins Cooke, efq. Weiterly, Chavkitown and Hop- 
kintown, Samuel Brown, efq. Warren, William T. 
Miller, efq. 

Courts in the State of Rhode-Island, 



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SUPERIOR COURTS. 

T Newport, ift Monday in March, and 4th Mon- 
day in Augult. At Providence, 3d M«nday in 



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March, and 3d Monday in Sept. At South Kingfton, 
4th Monday in April, and 2d Monday in O&ober. At 
Briftol, 2d Monday in March and 2d Monday in Sept. 
At Eaft Greenwich, 2d Monday in April, and ift Mon- 
day in October. 

COURT of COMMON PLEAS. 
At Newport, 3d Monday in May, and 2d Monday in 
Nov. At Providence, 4th Monday in May, and 3d 
Monday in Dec. At South Kingfton, 2d Monday in 
Feb. and 2d Monday in Aug. At Briftol, 2d Monday 
in January, and ift Monday in June. At Eaft Green- 
wich, 3d Monday in January, and 3d Monday in Auguft. 



STATE of VERMONT. 

ISAAC TICHENOR, Efq. Governor. 
Paul Brigham, Efq. Lieutenant-Governor. 

COUNCILLORS. 



William Chamberlain, 
Ebenezer Marvin, 
Cornelius Lynde, 
Stephen Jacob, 
Elijah Robin fon, 
Luke Knoulton, 



John Strong, 
Samuel Williams, 
Noah Smith, 
Timothy Todd, 
Sarmidl SafFord, 
Jonas Galulha, efq'rs; 



Samuel Mattocks, efq. Treafurer. 
Kofwell Hopkins, efq. Secretary. 

Courts in the Statr of Vermont. 

SUPREME COURTS. 

AT Bennington and Manchefter, alternately, on the 
ift Tuefday in Anguft. At Rutland, on the 2d 
Tuefday in Anguft. At New fane, on the 2d Tuefday 
in Sept. At Woodftock, the 2d Tuefday next following 
the 4th in Anguft. At Newbury, on the ift Tuefday 
after the 4th in Sept. At Middleborough, the 3d Tuef- 
duy in Auguft;. At Burlington, the 4th Tuefday in Aug. 



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COUNTY COURTS. 
At Bennington., the 3d Monday in Dec and at Man- 
chefter, the ift Monday in June. At Rutland, the 3d 
Mondays in March and Nov. At Newfanc, the 2d 
Mondays in Jnne and Nov. At Woodftock, the 4tii 
Monday in March, the laft in May, and 4th in Sept. 
At Newbury, the 2d Mondays of June and Dec. At 
Middleborough, the ift Monday in March, and laft in 
September. At Burlington, the Mondays preceding the 
laft in September and February. 

COURTS in the STATE of CONNECTICUT. 

SUPREME COURT of ERRORS. 

TO fit the fir ft Tuefday in June, annually ; alter- 
nately at Hartford and New-Haven, beginning at 
the former. It is compofed of the Governor, Lieuten- 
ant-Governor, and twelve Afliftaiats. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

'Primary Circuit — At Middletown, laft Tuefday fave 
one, in July. New- Haven, laft Tuefday in July. Dan- 
bury, 2d Tuefday in Auguft. Litchfield, 3d Tuefday 
in Auguft. Hartford, 1 ft Tuefday in Sept. Windham, 
3d Tuefday in Sept. N. London, 4th Tuefday in Sept. 

Secondary Circuit. — At Haddani, laft Tuefday in De- 
cember. New Haven, ift Tuefday in January. Fair- 
field, 3d Tuefday in January. Litchfield, laft Tuefday 
in January. Hartford, 2d Tuefday in February. Tol- 
land, 4th Tuefday in February. Windham, ift Tuef- 
day in March. Norwich, 4th Tuefday in March. 
COURTS of COMMON PLEAS. 

At Hartford, 3d Tuefday in March, and ift in Nov. 
New-Hkven, 3d Tuefday in March, and 4th in Nov. 
New- London, 2d Tuefday in June. Norwich, 4th 
Tuefday in Nov. Fairfield, 3d Tuefday in April. — 
Danbury, 3d Tuefday in Nov. Windham, 3d Tuefday 
in Auguft, and 2d in Dec. Litchfield, 4th Tuefday in 
March, and 3d in Sept. Middletown, 2d Tuefday 
in Nov. Haddam, ift Tuefday in April, ■ Tolland, 2d 
Tuefdays in February and September. 
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Courts ih Massachusetts. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURTS. 
A T Roflon, the 3d Tuefday in February, and the 
.t\. laft Tuefday in Auguft. Ipfwich, the 3d Tuefday 
in June. WifcafTet, the 2d Tuefday in July. Dedham, 
the 4th Tuefday in Auguft. Salem, the 2d Tuefday in 
November. Cambridge, the laft Tuefday in October. 
Concord, the 2d Tuefday in April. Northampton, the 
laft Tuefday in April, and 4th Tuefday in September. 
Plymouth, the 3d Tuefday in May. Barnftable, the 
Wednefday next preceding the 3d Tuefday in May.— 
Taunton, the Tuefday preceding the laft Tuefday in 
October. York, the 4th Tuefday in June. Worcefter, 
the Tuefday next preceding the laft Tuefday in April, 
and the 3d Tuefday in September. Portland, the Tuef- 
day next following the 4th Tuefday in June. Pownal- 
borough, the 2d Tuefday next following the 4th Tuef» 
filay in June. Lenox, the ift Tuefday in October. 

Courts in New-Hamishire, 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

AT Portfmouth, on the 4th Tuefday in April ; and 
at Exeter, the 3d Tuefday in Sept. At Dover, 
on the 2d Tuefday? in April and Sept. AtHopkinton, 
on the 2d Tuefday in May, and at Amherft, the fini 
Tuefday in October. At Charlefton, the 3d Tuefday in 
May; and at Keene, the 3d Tuefday in October. At 
Plymouth, the 4th Tuefday in May; at Haverhill, the 
Tuefday following the 4th Tuefday in October. 
INFERIOR COURTS. 
Aft Portfmouth, the ift Tuefday in February, and 4th 
in May ; and at Exeter the 2d Tuefday in Auguft, and 
lit in November. At Dover, the 3d Tuefday in Feb. 
At Rochefter, the 4th Tuefday in June. At Gilrnan- 
town, the gd Tuefdays in Auguft and Nov. At Arri- 
ve rii, the 2 d Todays in March and June. At Hop- 



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kinton, the ift Tuefday in September and ad in Dec. 
At Keene, the 3d Tuesdays of March and June ; and 
at Charlefton, the 4th Tuefday of Sept. and 3d in Dee, 
At Plymouth, the ill Tuefdays of Sept. and Dec. And 
at Haverhill, the ift Tuefdays in March and June. 

Sittings of the Federal Courts. 

SUPREME COURT. 
T the Seat of Government, on the firft Mondays 
in February and Auguft anuually. 



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CIRCUIT. COURTS. 

Eastern Circuit. 

In New-Hampfhire, at Portfmouth, the 19th day of 
May; and at Exeter, the 2d day of November. 

In Vermont, atWindfor, on the firft day of May, and 
at Rutland, on the third day of October. 

In Maffachufetts, at Bofton, on the firft day of June, 
and the 20th of October. 

In Rhode- Iiland, at Newport, on the 15th of June, 
and at Providence on the 15th of November. 

Iu Connecticut, at New-Haven, on the 13th day of 
Aprils and at Hartford, on the 17th of Septeruoer. 

In New-York, at New-York, on the firft days of 
April and September. 

Middle Circuit. 

In New-Jerfey, at Trenton, on the firft days of April 
and October. 

la Pennfylvania, at Philadelphia, on the nth days of 
April and October. 

In Delaware, at New-Caftle, on the 27th day of June, 
and at Dover on the 27th clay of October. 

In Maryland, at Annapolis, on the 7th day of May, 
and at Baltimore on the 7th of November. 

In Virginia, at Richmond, oh the 2 2d days of May 
and November. 



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Southern Circuit. 

In North Carolina, at Raleigh, on the ift day of 
June, and on the 30th of November. 

In South Carolina, at Cnarlefton, on the 6th day of 
May, and 25th day of Goober. 

In Georgia, at Savannah, on the 20th day of April, 
and at Augufta, on the 8th of November. 



When any of the above days happen on a Sunday, the 
Court is to be held on the Monday following. 



Diftridl Courts. 

IN the Diftrift of Maine, at Portland and Pownal- 
borough, alternately, on the firft Tuefday of March, 
third Tuefday of June, fiift Tuefdays of September 
and December. 

In New-Hampmire, alternately at Portfmouth and 
Exeter, on the third Tuefdays in March, June, Sep- 
tember and December. 

In Vermont, at Windfor and Rutland, alternately, 
on the ift Mondays of February, May, Auguft and Nov. 

In MafTaehufetts, alternately at Bofton and Salem, 
on the 3d Tuefday in March, the 4th Tuefday in June, 
the 2d Tuefday in September, and iirft in December. 

In Rhode-Ifland, at Newport and Providence, al- 
ternately, on the firft Tuefday of Auguft, the third 
Tuefday of November, the firft Tuefday- of February, 
and fecond Tuefday of May. 

In Connecticut, alternately at Hartford and Ne'w- 
Haven, on the third Tuefdays of February, May, Au- 
guft and November. 

In New-York, at the city of NewYork, on the firft 
Tuefday in February, May, Auguft and November. 

In New-Jerfey, at Burlington and New.Brunfwick, 
alternately, on the firft Tuefdays in February, May ? 
Auguft and November. 



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In Pennfylvania, at Philadelphia, on the third Mon- 
days in February, May, Augufl and November. 

In Delaware, alternately at Dover and New-Caftle, 
on the fourth Tuefd ays in February, May, Augufl: and 
November. 

In Maryland, at Eafton and Baltimore, alternately, 
on the firft Tuefd ay in March, June, Sept. and Dec. 

In Virginia, alternately at Williamfburg and Rich- 
mond, on the third Tuefdays in March, June, Septem- 
ber and December. 

In Kentucky, at Frankfort, on the third Tuefdays in 
March, June, September and December. 

In North-Carolina, at Newbern, Wilmington, and E- 
denton, in rotation, on the lft Monday in Jan'ry, April, 
July and October ; beginning at Newbern in 1792. 

In South-Carolina, at Charleflon, on the third Mon- 
day in March and September ; the firft Monday in July, 
and fecond Monday in December. 

In Georgia, at Savannah, on the fecond Tuefday in 
February, May and Augufl; ; and at Augufta, the fecond 
Tuefday in November. 



Poft-Ojice EJlablijTiment. 

JOSEPH HABERSHAM, Poft-Mafter-General. 

(Salary 2400 dollars ) 
Charles Burrall, Affiftant, (Salary 1200 dollars.) 



RATES of POSTAGE. 

For letters conveyed by land, fmgle, double, and triple. 
Single letters 30 miles, 

6 cents. 
60 8 
100 10 
150 i2{ 



Letters 200 miles, 15 cts. 
250 17 

350 20 

45° 22 

More than 450 2$ 



Double letters are double, and triple letters, triple 
ef thefe rates. A packet of the weight of one ounce, 



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at the rate of four Tingle letters, and in like proportion 
for one of a greater weight- 

No allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 

Single letters pafling by fea, in packet boats, the pro- 
perty of the United States, 8 cents each; double letters 
16 cents; and triple letters, 24 cents. All letters or 
packets by private vefiels, 4 cents each, with the addi- 
tion of poitage, if deftlned to any ether place than 
where the veffel may arrive. 

No veffel can be permitted to report, make entry, or 
break balk, until the Mailer ha", delivered to the Polt- 
Mafter all the letters brought in his veiiel, except thofe 
for the owner or conlionee. 



Lift of Post Masters s in the cities and princi- 
pal towns in the United States, 



Maine, Monmouth, 

Portland, 

Bath, 

Plymouth, 

Brunfwick, 

Wells, 

New-ilampjhirey Walpoie, 

Portsmouth, 

Miijfacbufetts, Bolton, 

Nantucket, 

North Hampton, 

WifcafTet, 

Willi:!:n (town, 

Greenfield, 

Newbury-Port 

New-Bedford, 

Rbodc-Ifland) Newport, 

Providence, 

Westerly, 

Connecticut, Hartford, 

New- Haven, 

N*w-London, 



John Chandler, 
Samuel Freeman, 
D- Sewel, 
William Goodwin, 

Andrew Deming, 

j of, St ore r. 
John Hubbard, 
Mark Simei 

Jonathan Bailings, 
William Coifm, 
Levi Lyman, 
Eoenezer Whither, 

Starkweather, 

Francis Baker, 
B u ] k 1 e v E m e f i\m , 
W. Tobev. 
J. Richardfon, 
William Wilkinfon, 
Roufe Babcock. 

Ezekiel Williams, 

Eiias Beers, 
Richard Dou^afs, 2d. 



war" walk, 

Guilford, 

Saybrook, 

Norwich, 

Windham, 

Stonington, 

Piainfield, 

Colchefter, 

Siiffield, 

Middletown, 

Pom fret, 

Lyme, 

Wethersfield, 

Killingwortb, 

New-Milford, 

Fairfield, 

Danbury, 

New-Hartford, 

Stamford, 

Canaan, 

Litchfield, 

New York, New-York, 

Canandarqua, 

Albany, ' 

Hudfon, 

Lanfingburgb, 

Geneva, 

Mew burg, 

Nitu Jsr/cy, Trenton, 

Burlington, 

Elizabethtown, 

Middle ton- Point, 

Pt»nfyivaniiij Philadelphia, 

Lancaller, 

C heller, 

Briftol, 

Deiaware, Wilmington, 

Maryland, Baltimore, 

Georgetown, 



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William Lockwood, 
Medad Stone, 
Humphry Pratt, 
Chrifropher LeiiingwelJ,jr» 
John Byrne, 
Jonathan Palmer, jr. 
Ebenezer Eaton, 
Samuel A. Peters, 
William Gay, 
V/enfley Hobby, 
Lemuel Grofvenor, 
Marfhfbld Paribus, 
L. butler, 
Samuel Crane, 
Daniel Wints, 
Thaddeus Burr, 
Ebenezer R. White, 
Michael Gillct, 

A. Davenport, 
O. Burrel, 

B. Talmadge. 
Sebaltian Bauman, 
T h o mas C h ap i n , 
George \V. Mancius, 

C. Gellton, 

J. B. Sheiden, 
E. H. Gordon. 

Caldwell. 

Peter Gordon, 

T. NieL, 

T. Chapman, 

D. Foreman. 
Robert Patton, 
G. Moore. 
Aaron -Cobourn, 
Jof. Glum. 

Edward Gilpin. 

A 1 e xa n d e r F urn ival, 

iiiclurd Fouft. 



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Virgitiia y Alexandria, 

Norfolk, 

Williamfburg, 

Richmond, 

New-London, 

Peterfburg, 

South Carolina, Charleston, 

Georgetown, 

Vermont, Windfor, 

Burlington, 

Wilkfbury, 

Fair-Haven, 

N. W. Territory, Marietta, 



James M. M'Ret^ 
Edward Archer, 
James Davis, 
Auguftin Davis,. 
W. H. Lange, 
John Grammer. 
Thomas W. Bacot, 
Abraham Cohen. 
B. Comens, 
J. Fay, 
Lord Butler, 
J. Lyon. 
J. Munro. 



GOVERNORS, 

Of the States in the Union. 



John T. Gilman, New-Hampfhir«; 
Increafc? Sumner, Maffachufetts. 

Arthur Fenner, Rhode-Ifland. 

Jonathan Trumbull, Connecticut. 

Iiaac Tichenor, Vermont. 

John Jay, New -York. 

Richard ttbweii, Ncw-jerfey. 

Thomas MifHin, Pennfylvania. 

Richard BatTett, Delaware. 

Benjamin Ogle, Maryland. 

Wood, Virginia. 

? North Carolina. 

Charles C Finckney, South Carolina. 

John Sevier, Tenneflee. 

James Jackfon, Georgia. 

Withrop Sargent, N. \V. and Miififippi Territory. 



Government of the United States. 
JOHN ADAMS, 

PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES. 

SALARY 25,000 DOLLARS PER ANNUM : 

hich i^ neither to be increafed nor ciiminifhed during 
the period for which he fha.ll have been elected. 



Malcom, 



Secretary to the Prefident. 

Thomas Jefferson, 

Vice-Prefident, and Prefident of the Senate. 
Salary, 5,000 Dollars per Annum. 

DEPARTMENT of STATE, &c. 

irnothy Pickering, Maftachufetts, Secretary of State. 
Miver Wolcott, Connecticut, Sec'ry of the Treafury. 
>hn Steele, N. Carolina, Comptroller of the Treafury. 
lichard Harrifon, Virginia, Auditor of the Treafury* 
Jofeph Nourfe, Virginia, Regifter of the Treafury, 
William Miller, jun. Comraiiffioner of Revenue. 
Samuel Meredith, Pennfylvania, Treafurer. 
James M 4 Henry, Maryland, Secretary at War. 
» Tench Francis, Purveyor of Public Supplies, 
"aleb Swan, MafTachuietts, Pay-Mailer to the Army, 
Samuel Hodgdon, Superiritendant of Public Mores. 

Rufus Putnam, Surveyor-General, 
enjamin Stoddert, Maffachufstts, Sec'ry of the Navy. 



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SENATORS. 

The Prefidcnt is to have no vote tinlefs equally divided J 



New-Hampfhire. 
John Langdon, 
Samuel Livermore. 

MafTachufetts. 
Benjamin Goodhue, 
Samuel Dexter. 

Rhode Ifland. 
Theodore Fofter, 
Ray Greene. 

Connecticut. 
James Hillhoufe, 
Uriah Tracy. 

Vermont. 
Nathaniel Chipman, 
Elijah Paine. 

New-York. 
John Lawrence, 
James Watfon. 

New-Jerfey. 
Franklin Davenport, 
Richard Stockton. 

Pennfylvania. 
William Bingham, 
James Rofs. 



Delaware. 
John Vining, 
Henry Latimer* 

Maryland. 
John Howard, 
Henry Ludlow. 

Virginia. 
Stephen T. Mafon, 
Henry Tazewell. « 

North-Carolina. 
Timothy Bloodworth, 
Alexander Martin. 

South-Carolina. 
Charles Pinckney, 
Jacob Reed. 

Georgia. 
James Gunn, 
Joiiah Tetnell. 

Kentucky. 
John Brown, 
Humphrey Marfhall. 

TennefTee. 
Jofeph Anderfon, 
Daniel Smith. 



Samuel A. Otis, Secretary to the Senate. 
Bifhop White, Chaplain. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jonathan Dayton, Speaker. 

New-Hampfhire. | William Gordon, 

Abiel Fofter, I Peleg Sprague. 

Jonathan Freeman, 



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Mafichufetts. 
Stephen Bullock, 
Dwight Fofter, 
Nathaniel Freeman, jr 
Samuel Lyman, 
Harrifon G. Otis, 
Ifaac Parker, 
John Reed, 
Samuel Sewell, 
William Shepard, 
Thompfon J. Skinner, 
George Thatcher, 
Jofeph B. Varnum, 
Peleg Wadfworth, 
Bailey Bartlett. 

Rhode- I/land. 
Chriftopher G. Champlin, 
Thomas Tillinghaft. 

Connetticut. 
Jonathan Brace, 
Chauncy Goodrich, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
John Allen, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
William Edmond. 

Vermont. 
Matthew Lyon, 
Lewis R. Morris. 

Neuu-York. 
David Brooks, 
James Cochran, 
Lucas Elmandorph, 
Henry Glen, 
JonathmN. Havens^ 
Hezekiah L. Hofmer, 
Edward Livingfton, 
John Van Allen, 



) 

Philip Van Cortlandt, 
John Williams. 

Ni'ivjcrfey. 
Jonathan Dayton, 
lame*; H. Imlay, 
James Schurcman, 
Thomas Sinnickfon, 
Mark Thompfon. 

Pemifylvania. 
David Bard, 
John Chapman, 
George Ege, 
William Findley, 
Andrew Gregg, 
Albert Gallatin, 
John Andre Hanna, 
Thomas Hartley, 
John W.Kittera, 
Blair M'Clenachan, 
Samuel Sitgreaves, 
Robert Wain, 
Richard Thomas. 

Delaware. 
James A. Bayard. 

Jslarjland. 
George Bear, jun. 
William Craii*, 
George Dent, 
John Dennis, 
William Hindman, 
William Mathews, 
Samuel Smith, 
Richard Spring, jun. " 

Virginia. 
Richard Brent, 
Samuel J. Cabell, 
Thomas Claiborne, 
Matthew Clay, 
John Clopton, 



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John Dawfon, 
Thomas Dawfon , 
Thomas Evans, 
William B. Giles, 
Carter B. Harrifon, 
David Holmes, 
Walter Jones, 
James Machir, 
Daniel Morgan, 
Anthony New, 
John Nicholas, 
jofiah Parker, 
John Trigg, 
Abram Trigg-, 
Abrahajxi Venable. 

North- Garslhia. 
Thomas Blount, 
}\lchar.l D. SpY:ght, 

Jona. W. Condy, Clerk of the 
Ambcl Green, D. 

-~ - iiiiilMI 



Matthew Locke-, 
Nathaniel Macon, 
Jofeph McDowell, 
Richard Stanford, 
Robert Williams. 

South- Carolina. 
Lemuel Benton, 
Robert G. Harper, 
John Rutledge, jun. 
Thomas Pinckney, 
Wm. Smith, of Ftnchtey 

Diftria. 
Thomas Sumpter. 

Georgia. * 
Abraham- Baldwin^ 
John Milledge. 

Kentucky. 
Thomas I. Davis, 
John Fowler. 

Temajfee. 
William Clayborne. 
Houfe of Reprefentati r*$. 
D. Chaplain. 



Judiciary of the United States, 
SUPREME COURT. 



Oliver &#i worth, of Connecticut, Chief juftice. 

William CulV»in<% of \Iaflachufetts,l 

James iredeli, oi North-Carolina, j 

William Patenon, of Ne^-Jerfey, V AiFociate Juftices. 

Samuel Chafe, o,f Maryland, | 

BufhroctWaib'mgton, of Virginia. J 

Charles Lee of Virginia, Attorney-General. 






Deputy 

Marihals. 



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— — Waggoner, of Pcnnfylvania, Clerk. 

The Records of the Court of Errors and appeals in cafes of 

capture, are lodged in the Chrk's office of this Court, 

JVjDCES, &c. of the DISTRICT COURTS. 

fD-ivid Sewall, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 
I Daniel Davis, Attorney. 

John Hobby, Marfhal. 

David Howe, 

Ralph Hart Bowles, 

Seth Tinkhnm, 

Henry Sewali, Clerk. . 
" _john Pickering judge, 1000 Dollars. 
) Jeremiah Smith, Attorney. 
) Bradbury Cilky, Marfhal. ■ 
_ Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 

Samuel Hitchcock, judge, 1000 Dolls. 

1 Mirih, Attorney. 

Ijabezl. Fitch, Maiihal. 
.Cephas Smith, Clerk- 
" John Lowtl, Judge, 1200 Dollars. 
) John Davis, Attorney. 
) amuel Brad S ore, Marlh-al. 
_v.'. than Goodale," Cie;k. 
" ... tijamin Bourne, judge 1000 Dolls. 1 
) David L. Barnes, Artorney. 
) w'ilYi ,m Peck, Mar/hal. 
.Edmund T. Ellery, Cfcrk. 
"Richard Law, judge, 1000 Dollars* 
)Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. 
) Philip B Bradley, MarihaJ.' 
w Simeon Baldwin, Clerk. 
~ [otto S. Hobart, iudge, ^500 Dollars* 
) Richard kjarriibn, Atr< 1 
)AquilaGik'^ MarihaJ, 
.Daniel Dunfcomb, Ckvk* 
H 2 



Diftriftof << 
Maine. | 



Diftria of 
N. Hamplhire, 

Diftria of 
Vermont. 



Diftrift of . 
Maflachufetts 



Diftria of 
Rhode- Ifland. 



Diftria of 
Connecticut. 



Diftrict bf 
New-York. 



( 9* ) % 

r Robert Morris, Judge, io©o Dollars* . 
Diftru^-of j. Lucius H. Stockton, Attorney. 
New-Jerfey. ij Thomas Lowry, Marfhal. 

C Robert Boggs, Clerk. 

£" Richard Peters, Judge, 1 600 Dollars. 
Diftricl: of J William Rawle, Attorney. 
Pennfyivania. ^William Nichols, Marfhal. 

C > Clerk. 

£ Gunning Bedford, Judge, iooo Dollars. 
Diftriel: of S George Read, jun. Attorney. 
Delaware. "S Robert Hamilton, Marfhal. 

£ Conway, Clerk. 

V- William Pacha, Judge, j8oo Dollars. 
Diftrier, of \zebulon Hollingfworth, Attorney. 
Maryland. SjacobGraybel, Marfhal. 

£ Philip Moore, Clerk. 

r Cyrus Griffin, Judge, 1800 Dollars. 
Diftriel: of S Thomas NeHbn, jun. Attorney. 
Virginia. jDavid Meade Randolph, Marfhal. 

C William Marfhal, Clerk. 

/-Harry Innes, Judge, iooo Dollars. 
Diftrii5t- of X William Clark, Attorney. 
Kentucky. } Samuel McDowell, Marihal. 

(^Thomas Junftall, Clerk. 

r John Sitgreaves, Judge, 1500 Dollars* 
Diftriel: of S Benjamin Woods, Attorney. 
Ko. Carolina. } John S. Weft, Marfhal. 

^Ab'ier Neale, Clerk. 

f- Thomas Bee, Judge, i8qo Dollars. 
Diftncl of X Thomas Parker, Attorney. 
So. Carolina. } Charles B. Cochran, Marfhal. 

£ Thomas Hall, Clerk. 

fa Jofeph Clay, jr. Judge, 1500 Dollars. 
Biftriel of S George Woodruff, Attorney. 
Georgia. K Oliver Bowen, Marfhal. 

£ Charles Harris, Clerk. 

r John M 4 Nairy, Judge. 
Diftriel: of J v/m. f. Anderfon, Attorney. 
TcnnciTee. J Robert Hays, Marfhal. 
-j Clerkc 



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Supervifors of the Revenue. 



New-Hamp/kire f 

Majfachufetts, 

Rhode- JJland, 

Connecticut, 

Vermont, 

New-York, 

Nciv-Jerfey, 

Pennfylvania 9 

Deli-ware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

North Carolina, 

South-Carolina, 

Georgia, 

Kentucky, 

Tenneffee. 



Nathaniel Rogers. 
Jonathan Jackfon. 
John S. Dexter. 
John Chelter. 
Nathaniel Bruflu 
Nicholas Fifti. 
Aaron Dunham. 
Henry Miller. 
Andrew Barrett. 
John Kilty. 
Edward Carrington* 
William Polk. 
Daniel Stevens. 
John Mathews. 
Thomas Maifhall. 
John Overton. 



Officers of the Revenue Department. 

For the Diftricl of Maflachufetts. 

Benjamin Lincoln, Collector, for the Ports of Bofton and 

Charleftown. 

Benjamin Weld, deputy collector. 
James Lnvell, naval officer. 
Thomas Melvill, furveyor and infpeclor of excife. 



Salem, 



Beverly, 
Marblehead. 
Newbury port } 



Gloucefter 7 



jofeph Hiller, collector. 

William Pickman, naval officer. 
Bartholomew Putnam, furveyor. 
Jofiah Bacheldor, furveyor. 
Samuel RufFel Gerry, collector. 
Dudley Atkins Tyng, collector. 
JoBathan Titcomb, naval officer. 

Michael Hodge, furveyor. 

William Tuck, collector. < 

Samuel Whittemore, farveyor. 



Ipfwzchf 

Plymouth, 

Barnftable, ■ 
Nantucket j 
Edgar town , 
Newbedfcrdy . 
Dighion, 
Rehobothy 
York, 

Biddeford and 
Pepperelboro', 
Portland,, 

Bath, 
Wifcajfet, 
Waldo borough, 
Penobfcot, 
Frenchman' s-1 
Machias, 

Ptfa 



Thomajlon, 



Portjmouth, 



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Afa Andrews, colleclor. 

Jeremiah Stamford, furveyor. 

William Watfon, collector. 
Levi Blount, furveyor. ■■ 
Jofeph Otis, collector. 
Stephen HuiTey, colleclor. 
John Peafe, colleclor. 
Edward Pope, colleclor. 
Hodijah Baylies, colleclor. 
Lemuel Waytt, colleclor. 
Jofeph Tucker, colleclor. 

Meremiah Hill, colleclor. 

Nathaniel Fadre Fofdick, colleclor. 
James Lunt, furveyor- 
William Webb, colleclor. 
Francis Cook, colleclor. 
Waterman Thomas, colleclor. • 
John Lee, colleclor. 
B^,Melatiah Jordan, colleclor. 
Stephen Smith, colleclor. 
Lewis F- Dolefdernier, colleclor. 
TJhomasB. Wait, furveyor &:infpeclor. 
Thomas Vofe, furveyor. 

Dhlricl of New-Hampfhire. 
. Thomas Martin, colleclor. 
Samuel Adams, furveyor and infpeelor. 



Burlington. 



Diftricl of Vermont. 
David Kuilell, colleclor. 



Diftricl of Rhode-Iiland and Providence. 
Ne-wporty William Ellery, coiieclor. 

Robert Cooke, naval officer. 
. Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 
Providence, Jeremiah OIney, colleclor. 
William Barton, furveyor. 
Ebenezer Thompfon, naval officer. 



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Patuxet, Jofcph Abom, furveyor. 

No. Kingft§n x D. Eldredge Updike, furveyor. 

Eaft-Greentvichi Thomas Arnold, furveyor. 

%Zrin u^ \ Nathaniel Phillips, furveyor. 
Briftoly Samuel Bofwortn, furveyor, 

Paucatttck 9 George Still man, furveyor. 

Diltrtdt of Connecticut. 
New-London, Jedidiah Huntington, collector. 
Nathaniel Richards, furveyor. 
Jonathan Trott, Daniel Richards, Ebenezer Goddard, 
Peter B. Harris, and Henry Jepfon, infpe&ors. 

Archibald Robertfon, weigher, meafurer and gauger. 
Stonitiglon, Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. 

Middletoivn, Chauncy Whittlefey, collector. 
Comfort Sage, furveyor. 
Robert Warner, and Ifaac Williams, infpe&ors* 
Ncuj-kidvcn^ David Auftin, collector. 

William Munfon, furveyor. 
fsirfieiJ) Samuel Smeciley, collector. 

Saykrookf John Dickinfon, furveyor. 

Mint Eftablifhment. 

Elias Boudinot, Director ; Salary, 2O©0 dollars, 

Henry Voight, Chief Coiner, 1500 

Robert Scott, Engraver, 1200 

— — Richardfon, Affayer, 150O 

_ y Melt Officer, 15^0 

Dr. Benjamin Rum, Treafurer, 1200 

Commiflioners of Loans. 

States. _ Officers. $,ihries. 

Ne-w-Hampjhirey John Pierce, 653 Dollar*. 

MnjfachufettSy Thomas PerkinSj 1500 

JLhodc-lJland t Jabez Bowen, 6oe 





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Connecticut^ 


William Imlay, 


J009 


"New-York^ 


John Cochran, 


3 500 


"New Jcrfey y 


James Ev> ing, 


700 


Penn/ylvania f 


Stephen Moylan, 


1500 


Delaware) 


James Tilton, 


600 


Maryland) 


Benjamin Harwood, 


IOOO 


Virginia) 


John Hopkins, 


J 500 


North-GaroYina) 


Robert liowan, 


IOOO 


South Carolina) 


John Neufville, 


100® 


Georgia) 


Richard Wylly, 


700 



MINISTERS, CONSULS, &c. 

From the United States at Foreign Places. 

RUFUS KING, minifter at the Britifh court. I 
Samuel Williams, conful at London. 
Samuel Bayard, commercial agent at London. 
James Maury, conful at Liverpool. - 
Elias Vanderhorft, eonful at Briftol. 
Thomas Auldjo, vice-conful at Pool. 
Edward Fox, conful at Falmouth. * 

G«or.ge Knox, conful at Kingfton, upon Hull. 
James Holme?, conful at Bellaft. 
Jofeph Wilfon," conful at Dublin. 
Jacob Lewis, conful at the lile of 'France. 
Fulvw Skipwith, conful at' Martinique. 
Jacob Mayer, conful at Cape- Francois. 
Richard Yates, conful for the port and diilricl of Aux- 

Cayes, St. Domingo/ 
James Blake, conful atVt; Domingo. 
Mofes Young, conful- at Madrid. 
William Willis, conful at Barcelona hi Spain. 
Jofiah Blakely, conful for St. J ago, Ifland of Cuba. 
John Gavin o, conful for the port of Gibralter. 
William J- Miller, conful at Calcutta. 
Nathaniel Cutting, conful at Havre de Grace, 
M- de la Motte, vice conful at ditto. 
Thomas Crafts, conful at Bourdeaux. 



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Ifaac Cox Barnet, conful at the port of Bred. 

P. F. Dobree, vice conful at Nantz. 

Stephen Cathalan, vice conful at Marfeilles. 

Nathaniel Barrett, conful at Rouen. 

'William Vans, inn. conful at Morlaix. 

Francis Collin, conful at Dunkirk. 

David Humphreys, minifter at the Spanifla court. 

Jofeph M. Yznardi, conful at Cadiz. 

Robert Montgomery, conful at Alicant. 

John Q. Adams, minifter to the court- of Berlin. . 

Michael Murphy, conful at Malaga. 

"William Vans Murray, minifter plenipotentiary to the 

republic of Batavia. 
Sylvanus Bourne, conful genera] for ditto. 

— Beeldemeker, conful for the port of Rotterdam. 
Harry Grant, conful for the port of Leith, in Scotland. 
David Mutt. Clarklbn, vice conful at St. Euftatius. 
Nicholas I'louiTelet, conful at Eftequibo and Demerara. 
Samuel Cooper Johonnot, vice conful at Demerara. 
Ebenezer Brufla, conful at Surinam. 

Edward Church, conful at Lifbon. 

William Smith, plenipotentiary to Portugal. 

Thomas Bulkley, conful at ditto. 

Samuel Harrifon, vice conful at ditto. 

Don Cairo, vice conful at Oporto. 

B. de Ciamcufe Brown, deputy conful at ditto. 

— Bonvcnturo, vice conful at Bellem. 
Charles O'Neil, deputy coniul at St. Ubes. 
John Marfden Pintard, conful at Madeira. 
JohnCulman, coniul at Otatava, in TenerifFe. 
John Clarke, vice conful at TeneriiTe. 

John Treat, vice conful at Fayal. 

j Conrad Frederick Wagner, conful at Triefte, in Italy. 
| Joaquin Joe de Barros, vice conful at Cape de Verds. 

Benjamin Hamnel Phillips, conful at Curracoa. 

Henry Cooper, conful at Santa Cruz. 

Oliver Pollock, commercial agent at the Havannah. 

Daniel Hawley, conful at ditto. 

Procopio Jacinto Pollock, conful for port of N. Orleans. 



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William E. Hillings, vice conful at New-Orleans. 

Thomas Crafts, agent in the Weil- Indies. 

Thomas Appleton, conful at Leghorn. 

John S. M. Mathieu, conful at Naples. 

Hans Rodolph Seabyc, conful at Copenhagen. 

Elias Bachman, conful at Gottenberg, in Sweden. 

Jofeph Pitcairn, conful at Hamburg. 

Arnold Delius, conful at Bremen. 

Fred. J. Wichelhaufen, conful for the port of Bremen. 

Frederick H. Walhiton, conful at Genoa. 

Philip Mark, conful at Franconia, in Germany. 

James Simpibn, conful for Morocco. 

Joel Barlow, conful gen. for kingdom & city of Algiers. 

Richard O'Brien, conful gen. to all the Barbary States. 

James Leander Cathcart, conful for Tripoli. 

William Eaton, conful for city and kingdom of Tunis. 

Guifeppo Chiappe, agent at Mogador. 

John Milter Ruffe 1, conful at St. Peterfburg. 

Samuel Snow, conful at Canton in China. 

Thomas Randall, vice conful at ditto. 

CONSULS, &e. from the United Netherlands. 

Francis Van Berckel, minifter refident at Philadelphia. 
John Rofs, confu! gen. from Hamburg, at ditto, 
Diederick Leertouver, conful at Maffichufetts and New- 

Hampshire. 
Herman Le Roy, conful for New- York and New-]erfey. 
J. H. C. Heineker, conful for Pennlylvsnia &: Delaware. 
Adrian Valck, conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
Jan Booen Graves, conful for North and South Carolina, 

CONSULS, &c. from Spain. 

Don Carlos Martinez d'Yrujo, minifter from Spain. 
Jofeph Ignatiode Viar, conful general at Philadelphia, 
Thomas Stoughton, conful for New-York. 
Jofeph Wifeman, conful for Rhode-Ifland. 
joim Stoughton, conful for Maflkchuietts. 



John B. Bernabew, conful for Maryland. 

Anthony A. Vilalobos, conful for Virginia. 

John Murphy, conful for North and South-Carolina. 

CONSULS, &c. from Great Britain. 

Robert Lifton, envoy extraordinary and minifter pleni- 
potentiary. 

Edward Thornton, fecretary to the legation. 

Thomas M'Donougb, conful for the ftates of MafTachu- 
fetts, Rhode-Ifland, Connecticut and New-Hamp- 
fhire, refidence at Boflon. 

Phinehas Bond, conful general for the Middle and South- 
ern States, refidence at Philadelphia. 

Major Breeze, vice conful for Rhode-lfland. 

John Hamilton, conful for Virginia. 

George Miller, conful for North-Carolina, South-Caro- 
lina, and Georgia, refidence at Charlefton. 

CONSULS from Portugal. 

Ignatius Palyart, conful general to the United States. 
Richard Codman, vice conful for MafTachufetts. 
James Barry, vice conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
Francis James Ver Knocke, vice conful for S. Carolina. 
John Abrams, vice conful at New. York. 

Jonathan Swift, vice conful from the kingdom of Swe- 
den for the diftricl: of Columbia, Virginia. 

Jefeph Winthrop, vice conful from Sweden, in South- 
Carolina and Georgia. 

Charles Godfrey Polefke, conful general fron^Pruflia. 

COMMISSIONERS, 

For the Valuation of HOUSES, LANDS, &c. 
Connecticut.— itt. Divifion, Andrew Kingfbury. 2d, 
Epaphroditus Champion. 3d, Shubael Abbee. 4th, 
"William Heron. 5th, Julius Deming. 

RhodL-Iftand.—i& Divifion, John L. Bofs. 2d, Eliflia 
R. Potter. 3d, John Dorrance. 
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MILITARY DEPARTMENT. 
Militia of Conne&icut. 

Agreeable to Returns mode to the Adjutant-General, 
in Oftober, 1798. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

Jonathan Trumbull. Esq. 
Captain-General and Commander in Chief. 

Hon. John Treadwell, Esq. 
Lieutenant-General, 
Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant-General. 
John Mix, Quarter-Mafter-General, 
(With the Rank of Lieut- Colortel.) 
i(r Drv'/ion, Noah Phelps, Major- General. 
2d D/vifion, William Hurt, Major-General. 
3d DrvTiov, Ebenezer Huntington, Major-General. 
4th Tyivtfxon^ David Smith, Majoi -General. 

/Firft Brigade. 



No Return of Firft Brigade. 

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Second Brigade, 

Jofeph Willcox, 2.1. Brigadier-General. 
Nathan Willcox, 2d. Brigade Major and Infpec'tor. 

2d Regt. Sam'I Bellamy, Lieut. Col. Commaifdt. 
Mai-wtis Mcrriman, ill Maj. Thomas .Potter, 2d Ma}. 



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Nathaniel Hubbard, Adjutant. James Dana, D. D. 
Chaplain. William Trowbridge, Quarter- Mafter. Wm. 
Lyon, Pay Mafter. Levi Ives, Surgeon. 



- Captains. Lieutenants. 

Jofcph Mix, . H. I Cooledge, 

Stephen Ball, Roger Sherman, 

Steph. Woodward, Amos Bradley, 
Gould Smith, David Benham, 

Lemma Brooks, Abraham Bifliop, 



John Foot, 
Amafa Bradley, 
Vacant, 



James Pierpont, 
A fa Atwater, 
Mofes Merriman 



Enfi<r?is. 
Vacant, 
Hezekiah How, 
Hez. Davenport, 
Dav. Trow bridge, 
Ifaac Ballet, 
Oliver Todd, 
Elias Hotckifs, 
Lewis Bradley. 



7th Regt. Daniel Brainard, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
William Tulley, lft Maj. George Morgan, 2d Maj. 
George Elliott, jun. Adjutant. Frederick \V\ Hotch- 
kifs, Chaplain. Joel Grii'wold, Quarter. Mafter. Joliah 
Knot, Pay-Mafter. Benjimia Hill, Surgeon. Levi 
Ward, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Ruius Clark, James Chapman, John Whittlefey, 

Jofeph Hill, James Bates, Arnold Tyler, 

Kivfus Kelfcy, 
SamM Hedfield, 3d. Timothy Crane, Reynold Kirtland, 
Huntington May, B. Clark, Peter Spencer, 

Ala Ruell, Nathan Kirtland, Curtis Smith, 



John .ilannard, John Clark, 
Samuel Jones, Henry Hill, 
Wm. < out h worth, Gideon Leet, 
Noadiah Cone, David Spencer, 
James Thomas, Dan Platts, 



Dan Lane, 

Oliver Brainerd, 
John Clark, 



10th Regt. JohnN. Wadfvorth, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Rufus Hitchcock, lit M: j. Ebenezer Hale, 2d Maj. 

Jcffe Atwater, Adjutant. John Foot, Chaplain — 
Channcy Cook, Quarter-Mafter. EiiOia Whittiefey, 
Pay-Mafter. Aaron Andrews, Surgeon. Mofes Gay- 
lord, SurgconVMatc. 



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Captains. Lieutenants. 

Miles Peck, Caleb J Hall, 

D. Southmaid, jr. Ifrael Camp, 
Samuel Woodruff, Vacant, 
Vacant, Jofeph Ilotchkifs, Vacant, 

Aiaph Merriman, John Couch, Elnathan Ines, 

Setfc Seward, Saitnuel Wright, 

Merriman Cook, Rufus Lines, 
Stiles Hotchkifs, Jared Burr, 



Enftgns* 
Vacant, 
Joel Coe, 
Benj. Baldwin^ 



Noah Cone, 
Afa Peck, 
Eli Ford. 



2 7tIiI'vF,GT. Samuel llohinfon, jr. Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Rufus. Noiton, ill Maj. Solomon Lindftey, 2d Maj. 
Nathaniel GrifKng, Aojutant. John Elliot, Chaplain. 
Jonathan Bifliop, Quarter Mafler. Nathaniel .Roifeter, 
Pay Mailer. David S, Brooks, Surgeon. Jared Red- 
iield, Surgeon's-Mate. 

Light Infantry, 
Captains. Li cut counts. Er/Jigns. 

S&Kitttl Elliott, Preflon Kelfey, Vacant. 



Nathan fowler, 
Eli Fowler, 
Seta Blihop, 



Samuel Fowler, Silas Benton, 
Edward Baldwin, Samuel Beech, 



James Davis, 



Be? j. B. Wilcox, Phinehas Meigs, 
Gideon Morton, Samuel Bartkt, 
Jonathan Merrick , Reuben Page, 
Vacant, Jonah Linciiey, 

Ebem Manger, Benjamin Field, 



Vacantf 
U flier Conk ling, 
Oliver Fowler, 
EHada Rote, 
Win. Douglafs, 
Joliah Munger. 



3 2d Regt. Joel Hine, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
SamuelFenn, ill Major. Daniel Sacket, 2dM;jor. 

Eliiha San ford, Adjutant, David L Beebe, Chaplain. 
Nathan Stiles, Quarter- Matter, Samuel B. Marihal, 
Pay. Mailer. Edward Crafts, Surgeon. Samuel Sanfordl 
Surgeon's-Mate. 

Grenadier Co/npmiics. 

Captains. Lieutenants. EnfignS. 

<~3erj. Bull, Samuel xiigby, Jef. B. Barlow, ? 

\ M. Hotchkifs, Lemuel Ruifel, Axnafa Xutfcll, 5 



Samuel Green, 
Abijah Smith, 
Elf Bedford, 
Samusi Newton, 
John Da vis, 
Elfekim Terrel, 
Enos Smith, 
Daniel Holbrook, 



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Lemuel Durand, John Gunn, 
Abraham Harger, Benjamin One, 



Abel Clark, 
Jofeph Newton, 
Joel Perry, 
John Thomas, 
Benj. Englifh, 
Eb. B. Johnfon, 



Stephen Gunn, 
Enos Hitchcock, 
Daniel Hid, 
Silas Hotchkifs, 
Vacant, i 
David Smith, 



Artillery. 
[What regiment it belongs to not exprefTed.] 

John Auftin, Captain. John Hunt, lieutenant. 
Noah Letter, Capt. Joel Bradford, ift Lieut. Benja- 
min Hurd, 2d Lieutenant. 

Second Rcgt. Cavalry, annexed to 2d Brigade, 

Andrew Hull, jun. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Dalliel Willard, Major. William Lynde, Adjutant. 
Reuben Ives, Chaplain. Henry Lynde, Quarter- Mafter. 
John Mitchel, Pay Mafter. Gould G. Norts, Surgeon. 

fEbenezer Linfley, Captain. 
; Stephen Maltby, ift Lieutenant. 
» Benjamin Page, 2d Lieutenant. 
.Simeon Goodyear, Cornet. 
• Hand ley Bufhnell, Captain. 
I Jonathan Williams, iH Lieutenant. 
(Noah Benton, 2d do. 
.Aden Parmele, Cornet. 
•Benjamin Morfe, Captain. 
1 John Beach,' ift Lieutenant. 
(Benjamin Hall, 2d Lieutenant. 

Stephen Cook, Cornet. 

Timothy Higgms^ Captain. 
1 Richard Treat, lit Lieutenant. 
i£phraim Baldwin, 2d Lieutenant. 

Afa Piatt, Cornet, 
I 2 



ift Company. 



2 J Company. 



3 J Company. 



4th Company. - 



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Third Brigade. 

Jofeph Williams, Brigadier General. 
Dwight Ripley, Brigade Major and Infpeclor. 

3d Regt. Samuel Green, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Thaddsus Brooks, 1 ft Maj. Mulford Raymond, 2d Maj. 

Richard Fofdiek, Adjutant. Henry Channing, Chap* 
lain. Samuel Kaynes, Quarter Mafter. David Coir, 
Pay Mailer. Benjamin Butler, Surgeon. Ifaac Thomp- 
fon, Surgeon's Mate, w 

Independent Company, 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enjtgns. 

Simeon Smith, Giles Hempftead, John P. Trott. 

Light Infantry. 
George Allen, James Forfythe, George Dolbeare* 

Iterjamin T.ioh, Chr. Man waring, John Carrol, 
Hallam Hempfted,Samu<el Packwood, 
Blifs \ViUou»hby, Lemuel Baker, Ifaac Thompfon, 
£vbuIon Rogers, Stephen Prentice, Wm. Stewart, 
Dairl Waterliaufe," John Bifliop, John Turner, 

Philip Morgan,' Jafon Beckwith, Thomas Gorton, 
Sam'! Bradford, jr. Azel Rogers, 
Joan Prentice, Henry Bulks, 

8th Regt. David Boardman, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Ebenezer Avery, lit Maj. Daniel Avery, id Maj. 

Elifha Braman, Adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, Chaplain. 
Rufus Aliyn, Quarter Mailer. Youngs Avery, Pay 
Mailer. John O. Miner, Surgeon. Bimop Tyler, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Captains. Li e:itemnt:i Enfigns. 

Light infantry. 
David Avery, ElUfca Cn.ry, Robeit S. Avery. 

John Chefter, Gordon Ledyard, Peter Avery, 
JUlph Hurlbut; Stephen Newton, Mark Stoddard, jr. 



it* ( **% ) 

Wm. Co»fwell, Eliftia Letter, Elilha Bramaii/ 

Motes Tvler, Elima Prentice, NathM Coit, 

Rofwel F iih , Simon Rhodes, Stephen Haley, 

Ebenezer Morgan,Stephen Morgan, Rufus Allen, 

John SafTord, Roger Sterry, Jedidiah Barftow, 

Gurdon Geer, Amos Spicer, Ichabod Stoddard. 

20th Regt. Zach. Huntington, Lieut. CoK Commands 
Ala Fitch, ift Maj. Afa Benjamin, 2d Maj. 
Cufliing Eeils, Adjutant. Jofeph Strong, Chaplain, 
Jofeph W. Tracy, Quarter Mailer. Vacant, Pay Mai- 
ler. John Tur»er,"Surgeon. Jedidiah Burnham, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

[_No further Return of 20th Regt.~] 

30th Reqt. Elias S. Palmer, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Edward Swan, lit Maj. Ifaac Williams, 2d, 2d Maj. 
Daniel Miner, 2d, Adjutant. Hezekiah N. Woodruff, 
Chaplain. William Avery, Quarter Mafter. Prentice 
Frink, jun. Pay Matter. William Rofoirrfbn, Surgeon. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfxgns* 

Eph'm Williams, Paul Babceck, Prentice Frink, jr» 
John Baldwin, Daniel Meech, Afa Prentice, 
Wm. Randal, Ichabod Brown, 

Caleb Green, Th. H. Peckham, Wm. Avery, 

Silas Wheeler, Adam Brown, Lodowick Lewis, 
Sanford Palmer, Gilbert Palmer, Jeremiah York, 
David Main, Jeptha Brown, Edward Holmes, 

Nehem. Palmer, Lodowick NUes, Gideon Fowler. 

33 i Regt. Lemuel Lee, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Tho's Anderfon, 1 ft Maj. Richard E. Selden, 2d Maj. 

Jofiah G. Ely, Adjutant. David Higgins, Chaplain. 
David M. Jewet, Quarter Mafter. Barnabas Lord, 
Pay Mailer. John Noyes, Surgeon. 
Matrofs Company 

SethEly^jun. Captain. Maiili Ely, til Lkutenant. 
Jonathan Laplafs, 2:1 do. 



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Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigris: 

Light Infantry. 
Wm. Sterling, jr. Enoch Lord, jr. Jofeph Smith. 

Grenadiers. 
Nehem. Smith, Daniel Peck, jr. Daniel 5. Way- 

Watr's Beckwith, David Avery, 

Jofeph Smith, Simon Smith, Jedidiah Beebe, 

Geo. Beckwith, Dan Marvin, Ezra Gillett, 

Selden Warner, Abner Comftock, 

Luther Reeves, Elifha Steward, Stephen Tinker, 

Daniel Ayer, Marvin Huntley, Elifha Smith. 

Third Regt. Cavalry, annexed to 3d Brigade, 

Elifha Edgerton, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

William Williams, jr. Major. Eli Hartfhorn, Adjt. 
Samuel Nott, Chaplain. Lavius Fillmore, Quarter 
Matter. William Williams, 3d, Pay Matter. Conftant 
Merrick, Surgeon. 



I ft Company. 



2d Company. 



3d Company. 



4tb Company. 



'Dudley Tracy, Captain. 
)EH Hartfhorn, ift Lieut. 
) Alexander Gordon, 2d do. 
_Afa Palmer, Cornet. 

"Ifaac Hewit, Captain. 
)Chefter Smith, ift Lieut. 
) Thomas Auttin, 2d do. 
..Stanton Hewit, Cornet. 

" Jonathan Anftin, Captain. 
)Chriftopher Raymond, ift Lieut. 
) Elifha Lyman, 2d do. 
_ Frederick Miner, Cornet. 

■"Thomas Wheeler, Captain. 
) George Swan, ift Lieut. 
) Palmer Hewit, 2d do. 
„Benadam Williams, Cornet. 



Fourth Brigade. 

Ebenezer Mead, Brigadier General. 
Roger M. Sherman, Brigade Major and Infpeftor. 

4th Regt. Burr Gilbert, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Jofeph Noyes, ift Maj. Medad Bradford, 2d Maj. 

- Daniel Betts, Adjutant. Hezekiah Ripley, Chaplain. 
Sturges Sanford, Quarter Mafter. Benjamin Hall, Pay 
Mailer. D ivid Rogers, Surgeon. Thomas Peck, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enjigns. 

Elrjah Bibbens, Lewis Goodfell, 
Gerlhom Burr, Barnabas Sturges, Burr Sturges, 
Win. Bennet, Jofeph Taylor, Ab'm Morehoufc, 

Wm. Hill, Jofeph Hill, Win. Wiifon, 

Stephen Gray, John Gray, Ettas Bates, 

Albert Lockwood, Morehoufe Coley,Hez. Dikenian,. 
Daniel Gray, Alvin Bradley, Miles Marvin, 

Lazarus Hull, Eli Lyon, David Lyon, 

Cyrus Brinfmade, Wm. Gregory, Ifaac Bennet. 



9th Regt. Alexander Mills, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Hanford Hoyt, I ft M j. Jofeph Brown, 2d May 

Maltbie, Newman, Adjutant. Daniel Smith, Chap^ 
lain. Ebenezer M^ad, jr. Quarter Mailer. Ephraim 
Mead, Pay Mafter. Shadrach Mead, Surgeon. Mala- 
chi Foot, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enjiym, 

Light Infantry. 
Dan'l Waterbury, Reuben Mead, Jof. Lockwood. 

Ebenezer Hoyt, Enos Waterbury, 

Jonathan Jeflup, Timo. Reynolds, Steph, Lockwood, 

Saac Smith, Jofeph ^illuk, Tho. Loumfbury^ 

Nath'l Brown, Squire Hubby, Lemuel Ritch, 

Nwhem. Brown, Juiper Mead, Jotham Wiifon, 

Fred'k Hayt, Jared Smith, D*v id Smith, 



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Jacob Fletcher, Thomas Mead, 

Samuel Dean, Ebenezer Dean, Eph'm Jones. 

28th Regt. Matthias Nicoll, Lieut. Col. Commands 
Edmund Curtifs, id: Maj. George Healy, 2d Maj. 

Philo Lewis, Adjutant. Afhbel Baldwin, Chaplain. 
John Welis, Quarter Mailer. James Bradley, Pay 
Mailer. Charles Tomlinfon, Surgeon. John Skinner, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enftgns* 

Matrofs. 
Rob't Wetmore, Aaron Hawley, jr. ift. 
Edward Burroughs, 2d. 
Grenadiers. 
James Beardiley, Stephen Beardiley, Philo Nicols. 

Light Infantry. 
Samuel L. Hurd, Elliot Beardiley, Abel Hawley. 

Samuel Curtis, Philip Fairchild, Enoch Foot, 
Amos Burr, 1 h'o's Brockwell, Daniel MefTer, 

E. J. Wilcockfon, jere. Beardiley, Eli Shelton, 
Lewis Shelton, IfiacBeardfley, liaac J. Booth, 
Cyrus Hawley, John Wilcockfon, Abel Finch, 
jabez Beardiley, Amos Qfborn, liaac Sherwood. 

34th Regt. Jofliua King, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Jofeph Ssely, lit My Mathan Sanforci, 2d Mj. 

Thomas Hoy t, Adjutant, Matthias Burnet, Chaplain, 
jofeph Siliim art, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfgns. 

Matrofs. 
Job Smith, Jofiah Thatcher, ift. 

Azariah Smith, 2d. 
Grenadiers. 
C Afael Raymond, Clap Raymond, ' ? 

£ Stephen Hoyt, JeiTe Richards, 

Hezekiah Betts, Timothy Fitch, 



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Jacob Dauchy, Amos Sm th, 

>. Isaacs, Thomas Hovt, 
Zadock Raymond, Jofeph Sturge*;, 

John II an ford. Mitt. St. John, 

David Street, Jeremiah Bates, 

Samuel Burrell, John Hurlbut, 

Ifaac Keelur, Silas St. John, 



William OJmfted, 
Stephen Wood, 



John Suttle, 
jofeph Marvin, 
Thaddeus Mead. 



Fourth Regt. Cavalry, annexed to 4th Brigade, 

Jofeph Walker, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Curtifs Tomlinfon, Major. Jofeph Tomlinfon, Adjt. 
Victory Wetmore, Pay Mailer. L'. wis Burton, Quarter 
Mailer. William Mielton, Surgeon. 

fNath'l Lewis, Captain. 
John Curtis, ift Lieutenant. 
Samuel Gartick, 2ci Lieutenant. 
Elijah Havvley, Cornet. 

Rartlet Hanford, Captain. 

Henry Jarvis, ill- Lieut. 

Samuel Carter, 2d do. 

Bartlct Patton, Cornet. 
"Abel Hal!, Captain. 
1 David Turney, 1 ft Lieut. 
1 2d do. 

Hezekiah Hull, Cornet. 

William Waterbury, Captain. 
Silvinus sillick. if: Lieut. 
Robert Mead, 2:1 do. 
, Ifaac Quintard, Cornet. 

■■n nMtinaira 
Fifth Brigade. 



I ft Company. 



2d Company. 



3d Company. 



4th Company. 



Mofes Cleveland, Brigadier General. 
Payne Cleveland, Brigade Major and Iufpeftor. 



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5th &egt. Lebbeus Larabee, Lient.Col. Commandant. 
Elijah Simons, ift Maj. Daniel Crocker, 2d Maj. 

John N. Sumner, Adjutant. Mofes C- Welch, Chap- 
lain. William Perkins, Quarter- Matter. Samuel Per- 
kins, Pay-Mafter. Samuel Lee, Snrgeon. Trumbull 
Dorrance, SurgconVMate. 

Matrofs Company. 
Benjamin Hanks, Captain. Thomas Janes, ift Lieut. 
Alford Young, 2d Lieutenant. 

Grenadier Company, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enfgns, 

Thomas Stedman, Tho's Williams, Roger Clark. 

LigJjt Infantry. 
Royal Storrs, Nathan Dunham, Zaccheus Waldo. 

William Young, Eliphalet Young, John Lathrop, 

John Salter, Ele'r Huntington, Jofhua Storrs, 

Vaniah Palmer, JohnWalden, Ichabod Ward, 

Ezra Boutell, John Hender, Eleazer Baker, 

Samuel Fuller, Rof\* ell Piefton, Solomon Smith, 

Stephen Rufs, Artemus Gurley, Elifha Crane, 

Benjamin Owen, Smith Kendo], Alexander Work, 

Ezra Smith, jun. Solomon Prefton, Elijah Eldredge. 

iithREGT. Lemuel Grofvenor, Lieut. Col. Commands 
James Danielfon, ift Maj. Hobard Torry, 2d Maj. 

David Holmes, Adjutant. William Graves, Chap- 
lain. Amos Payne, Ouarter-Mafter. Silvanus Backus, 
Pay-Mafter. Jared Warner, Surgeon. Thomas Hub- 
bard, Surgeon's-Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 

Bulhnell Hubbard, Captain. Oliver Leavens, ift Lieut. 

Seril Lee, 2d Lieutenant. 

Grenadier Company. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Timothy Childs, Ebenezer Fitch, jedidiah Kimball. 

Light Infantry. 
Abel Prince, Ifaac Davis, George Keath. 



Win. W, Cheney, 
Sanford Holmes, 
Nell Alexander, 
Stephen Froft, 
John Day, 
Ephraim May, 
Marflial Keith, 
Ephraim Ingols, 
Wyman Carroll, 
Elijah Perry, 
Amos Goodell, 



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John Durkee, 
Leonard Maibn, 
Jofeph Cady, jr. 
David Danielfon, 
Luther Warren, 
William May, 
Jona. Alliccjr. 
Samuel Sumner, 
David Willfon, 
Andrew Williams 
Thomas Chaffe, 



Reuben Field, 
D.nvid Trilfell, 
Benj. Cutler, 
Samuel Chapman, 
Afael Simmons, 
Alford Walker, 
Ellice Fairbank, 
Greggs Gorff, 
Abraham Mafon, 
,Elez. Broadway, 
Daniel Payne. 



i2thREGT. Daniel Tilden, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
John Gilbert, ill Maj. James Mafon, 2d M:,j. 

Afa Dutton, Adjutant. Zebulon Ely, Chaplain. Wm. 
Huntington, Ouarter-Mafler. George O. Gilbert, Pay- 
Matter. David Sutton, Surgeon. John L. Pierce, Sur- 
geon' s-Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 
Afa Torry, Capt. Benj. Phelps, lit Lieut. Hubbard 
Dutton, 2d Lieutenant. 

Grenadier Cor/iptwy. 
Captains. Lieutenants. ' Enfigus. 

Win. bwiftj jr. Stephen D. Tilden, Silas Swift. 

Light Infantry, 
iabdiel Hyde, Amos Loomis, Simon Huntington. 



Charles Gillet, 
iez. Hartfhorn, 
>eth Bartlett, 
iliflia Buell, 
5enj. Buell, jr. 
luflelt Wells, 
ohn \V. Parker, 
onathan Cole, 



Andrew Mann, Hez. BilTell, 

Silas Brewfter, Seth Collins, 

Abiel Stark, Benijah Frink, 

Jofeph Carrier, jr. Timothy Phelps, 

Daniel White, jr. B. Hutchinfon, 

Ralph Mack, Oliver Ingham, 

Retbacl Turner, Elias lone?, 

Roger M'Call, Ch. Williams, jr. 



2ift Regt. Abel Andros, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Shabael Hutchins, ift Maj. Moles Robbins, 2d Mij. 



t 110 ) V! 

Robert Dunlap, Adjutant. Joel Benedict, Chaplaitiv 
Benjamin Andros, Quarter-Mailer. George MiddletOE 
Pay-Malter. Daniel Gordon, Surgeon. 
Muirofs Company 
Shubael Brown, captain. Davis Cleveland, ift Lieutj| 
Nathan Pikes, 2d Lieutenant. Daniel Searies, 3d Lieut i 
Joel Lamb, Lieut. P ire-Worker. 

Light Infantry 
Captains, Lieutenants. Enjigns, 

Fred. Andros, David Butt, Jefle Pike. 

Grenadier Company . 
Rofwell Paris, Ala Nowlen, Peter Morfe. 

Aaron Crary, Thomas Wheeler, John Gordon, 

Afae) Bacon, Charles Morfe, jr. Jeremiah Brown, 

John Campbell, John Willy, Elifaa Tucker, 

John Kenedy, Samuel Douglafs, Daniel Wheeler, 
Aia Barges, Afa Burges, Wm. D. Fofter, 

Alexand. Gaflon, Peter Burlingame,Riifle'l Vaughan, 
Loren Robbings, Jonah Palmer, Gilmore Robbins, 
Rofwell Farmon, Jacob Rood, Samuel Sprague, 1 

Pvofwcil Morgan, Benj. Wood, Jof. Gilbert. 

(No return of (Savalry.) 

Sixth Brigade. 

Uriah Tracy, Brigadier General. 
Frederick Wolcott, Brigade Major and Infpeclor. 

34th B.EGT. Adonijah Strong, Lieut. Col. Commands j 
Elijah Stanton, iit Maj. Jere. W. Phelps, 2d Maj. J 
John Elmore, Adjutant. Jofeph W. Crofsman, Chap; 
lain. Hiram Bofworth, Quarter Mailer. M. Strong 
Pay M after. Caleb Aultin, Surgeon. Benjamin Welih 
Surgeon'? Mate. 

C.iptains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Mifes Lewis, Salmon Hunt, Edmund Dunning,, 



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iron, [r. ]of. Cartiield, jr. Philo Nichols, 

, Hinfllale, Silas Fraftklin, John Rood, 

Mil<» t Jere. Bufhnell, James Folliot, 

John HolaWrd, Jere. Hosford, jr. Snm'I Ilorsford, 

Daniii Johnlton, Samuel Bii£?l), Stephen Reea, 

>one, Afael Caie, John Beanlfley, 

Stephen Holt, Lawrence Mills, *Rofweli Humphry, 

David Hunt, Joel Cowles, James Root, 

Stephen Allen, Henry Vandeurfen, Tho's Tupper, jr. 

Nat. Stevens, jr. Elizur Monger, Benj. Rigelow. 

17th Regt. Hebcr Stone, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Eph.-aim Kirby, ift Maj- Stephen Ranny, 2d Moj. 
Joel Bradley, Adjutant. Judah Champion, Chaplain, 
Roger Skinner, Quarter Mafter, Daniel \V. Lewis, 
(after. Abel Catlin, jr. "Surgeon. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Kifigns. 

John Phelps, Tho's Collier, James Stone, 

Lewis Kil'oorn, James Burg:', Eiiada Ofborn, 

Norman Buell, Salmon Kuell, Horace Baldwin, 

Phelps, Lyrnan Catiin, Joftah Pond, 

.fofeph Taylor, Rofwell Willfon, Joi'eph Phelps, 
N>th'! Gr>odwin, Eidad Gibbs, Elias Hinfdnie, 

Havila rhompfon, Daniel ^coveli, L:vi Frifcie, 
l'aiuh Tuthill, Seth Cole, Win. Battle, 

SolomonSimmons,Hezekiah smith, 
Tho. Catlm, jr. James Marfti, Nath'i Mari'li. 



25th Regt. O-ias Brottfon, Lieut. Col. Commnndt. 
Ifrael Jones, ift Maj. Mofes Kellogg, 2d Maj. 
Phinehas Caldwell, Adjutant. Publins V. Booge, 
Chaplain. Thomas C. Brinfmade, Quarter Maften Ozias 
^11, jr. Pa> Matter. Jereniran Willcox, Surgeon, 
Rofwell Absrr.athy, burgeon's Mate. 

Capiums. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

jfehiei Benham, Jofeph Cowles, Afae) Cowles, 
Thomas Bnmnell, Abel Mofes, jehiej Meachuni, 

'enoni Bronfen, Sam') Wetmore, Bcnj.. Benedict, 



Humphry Cafe, 
Abner Newton, 
Afaph Phelps, 
George Frazier, 
Jehiel Wilcox, 
Sam'J Blakeflee, 
Eliphalet Auftin, 



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Nathaniel Lewis 

Timo. Eniign, 

James Potter, 

John Wright, 

Abner MefTenger, Ifaiah Tuttle, 

Ifaac Filley, Mofes Wright, 

Earles Thorp, Sylv. Seymour. 



Seth Smith, 
Eli Wilder, 
Reuben Rockwell) 
Zenas Wilfon, 



35th Regt. Auguftin Taylor, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Benjamin Gould, ift Major. Timothy Hale, 2d Major. 

Ifaac Hunt, Adjutant. Cotton M. Smith, Chaplain.! 
Samuel Lyman, Quarter Mailer. George King, Pay- j 
Mailer. John B. Gager, Surgeon. Elilha North, Sur- j 
ge on's Mate. 

Art i Her j. 
Samuel Canfield, Capt. Judfon Canfield, ifl Lieut. Dan'Jl 

St. John, 2d Lieut. 



Captains. 
Amos Briftol, 
Bir3fy Norton, 
Demas Mather, 
Jeffs Stanley, 
Benjamin Bell, 
Dani-1 Gay, 
Ab'm Humphrey, 
John Fuller, 
Tho's St. John, 
Noah Rogers, 



Lieutenants. 
Charles Jackibn, 
Mofes Lyman, j'r 
Wait Williams, 
Timo. Wadliams, 

Calvin Gay, 
Levi Humphrey, 
Seth Wright, 
Allen Barftow, 
liezekiah Gould, 



JLnfigns* 
John Miles, 
David Wadhams, 
Jofhua Level, 
Seth Wadhams, 
Neheruiah Clark, 
Adon'h Grifwold, 
John Dickinfon, 
Solomon Beard, 
Phin. Benjamin, 
John Read. 



Sixth Regt, Cavalry, annexed to Sixth Brigade,! 

John A. Sedgwick, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Cliriftopher Johnfoo, Major. Aaron Smith, Adjutant^ 
Afahel Hooker, Chaplain. Norman Grifwold, jJuarteif 
Matter. Samuel Carrington, Surgeon, 



ill Company. 



ii Company. 



3d Company. 



4th Company. 



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r'Ruflfell Hunt, C ptain. 

) Abraham Burt, lit Lieutenant. 

^Davi.1 Patterfon, 2d Lieutenant. 

K David Thompfon, Captain. 
Swilliam Grant, i ft Lieutenant. 
pThaddeus Grifwold, %d Lieutenant. 
^.Ira Loomis, Cornet. 
<~ Martin Smith, Captain. 
jChauncey Seymour, ift Lieutenant. 
^ Benjamin Wells, 2d Lieutenant. 
Ctfaac Jones, Cornet. 

S A .aron Bradley, ift Lieutenant. 
^Elijah Gay lor, 2d Lieutenant. 
C Jacob Kilborn, Cornet. 



Seventh Brigade. 



Henry Champion, Brigadier General. 
Dan Woithingfeon, Brigade Myj or :md InfpeClor. 

6th Rr.GT. Elifha Hale, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Zebulon Richardfon, ift Maj. John Hale, 2d MaJ. 

Frederick Butler, AdjutaBt. William Lockwood T 
Chaplain. Jonathan Welles, Quarter-Matter. Jehiel 
Halt, Pay-Mailer. Abner Moieiey., Surgeon. 

Captains. Licute?z.u:ts. Enfigtis. 

Levi Churchill, Eliiha Robbins, James Smith, 
Sam. Woodboufe, James Francis, Allen Stillman, 
Eliiha Welles, George Scllow, Samuel Sellen , 
AfaDeming, Hofca Bulkley, Hez. Whitmore, 

Levi Lam, Robert Welles, Levi Welles, 

James M'Lean, Afa Gofl.e, George Hunt, 

Eliakim Goodrich, Ifaac Hoilifter, Noah Goodrich, 
David pickiafoa, Abijab Porter, David Goodrich. 

K 2 



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i5th Re«t. IfaacCowles, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 

Solomon Cowles, J ft Maj. Gideon Hart, 2d Maj. 
Elijah Monrofs, Adjutant. Benoni Upfon, Chaplain. 
Luther Seymour, <>uarter-Mafter. Ard Hart, Pay- 
Mailer. Theophilus Wadfworth, Surgeon. Sylvanus 
Welles, Surgeon's -Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 

Jeffe Gaylord, Captain. Elijah Monrofs, iftLieutenanfc. 

Bryan Hooker, 2d Lieutenant. 

Matrofs Company. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enftgns, 

Elias Lewis, John M'Cafe, Coral Cafe. 

Light Infantry. 
Samuel Hart, John Barnes, Giles Langdori. 



Dan. Tillotfon, 
Ozias Cowies, 
Elijah Francis, 
Eii Rowe, 
T. S. Wight-man, 
Samuel Bifhop, 
Walter Beacber, 
Simeon Hart, 
Giles Humphry, 
Amos Peck, 



Jofeph Porter, 
Jefl'e Dickinfon, 
Aaron Hart, 
John Rich, 
Gould Griffey, 
Aflibel Tillotfon, 
Benoni Giilet, 
Ard Hart, 
Theod. Pettibone, 
Allen Brunfon, 



Luther Seymour, 
John Lee, 
Juftus Francis, 
Simeon Matthews, 
Jofeph Finch, 
Obadiah Giilet, 
jefie Alcok, 
Amos Smith, 
Alex. Pettibone, 
Samuel Hart, 



23d Regt. Samuel \V. Dana, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Lemuel StorrSj ift Maj. John Park, 2d Maj. 
John Fifk, Adjutant. Nathan Fenn, Chaplain. Sairi- 
ue'l Bigelow, Quarter-Mailer. Elnathan Smith, jr. Pay- 
M dter. Wm. B. Hall, Surgeon. Jdhn Richmond, 
Surgeon's-Mate. 

Light Infantry, 
Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Vacant, Bezai. Latimer, 2 

JobDoan, Wm. C. Hall. 5 



Captains. 
5 Vacant, 
£ Seth Overton, 



B;nj. Williams, Francis Sage, Jonathan Le^t is, 



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Wm. Ranney, 
Abraham Hedges, 
David Hall, 
Selah Savage, 
Anlel Brainerd, 
Kliflia Coe, 
Sparrow Smith, 
Wm. Harris, 
Jofeph Pelton, 



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Ifrael Kelfey, 
Enoch Gree^), 
Samuel Wilcox, 
Simeon North, 
Elias Selding, 
Oliver Bailey, 
Samuel Brown, 
John Hubbard, 
Abner Sage, 



Jofeph Welles, 
ElifhaFairchild, 
Daniel White, 
Hofea Goodrich, 
Freeman Arnold, 
Ichabod Miller, jr. 
Jabez Hall, 
Elij. Chamberlain, 
Samuel Pcnfield. 



24th Regt, Epaph. Champion, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Daniel Watrous, ill Maj. Jona. O. Mofeley, 2d Maj. 

Jared Spencer, Adjutant. Elijah Parfons, Chaplain. 
Zachariah Olmfted, Quarter Maiter. Jofeph Worthing* 
ton, Pay- Mailer. Chriftopher Holmes, Surgeon. Noab 
B. Foot, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants* 

Vacant, George Lord, 

Gibbons Mather, Jofhua Hall, jr. 



Elifha Cone, 
Benj. Adams, 
Abel Gates, 
Nathaniel Lord, 
Jofiah Griffing, 
Daniel Dodge, 



Wm. W> Fuller, 
Wm. Dunham, 



Enfigns, 
Brainerd Cone, 
Eli Gillet, 
Darius Gates, 
Samuel Skinner, 



Mulford Dolbcar, George Palmer, 
Sam. Emmons, jr. Aaron Fox, 
Iluflel Harvey, Diodate Jones, 
Jacob Loomis, Daniel Jones. 



7th Regt. Cavalry, annexed to the 7th Brigade, 

Daniel Gridley, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Jonathan Cowles, Major. William S. Judd, Adju- 
tant. Jofepk Wafhburn, Chaplain. Marin Lewis, Quar- 
ter-Matter. Seth Cowles, Pay-Mailer, james Mills 
Surgeon. ' 

£-Sampfon R. Hart, Captain. 
Ift Comply. J fcHflia Williams, 1 ft Lieutenant. 
1 J p Leonard Vvelles, 2d Lieutenant, 
C Jeremiah Burnham, Cornet. 



2d Company. 



3d Company . 



4th Company. 



5th Company. 



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"Giles Wilcox, Captain. 
) Jofeph Gal pin, lit Lieutenant. 
) James Plumb, 2d Lieutenant. 
. Jofeph Johnfon, Cornet. 

'Daniel Langton, Captain. 

) Solomon Fifk, 1 ft Lieutenant. 

)Joel Root, 2d Lieutenant. 

_Mark Lewis, Cornet. 

"Uriah Carrier, Captain. 

) Oliver Warner, ift Lieutenant. 

) Samuel Spencer, 2d Lieutenant. 

^Solomon Judd, Cornet. 

~Luke Wadfworth, Captain. 
)Wm. S. Judd, ift Lieutenant. 
JEbenezer S. Gleafon, 2d Lieutenant. 
w Gad Cowles, Cornet. 



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Eighth Brigade. 

David Jndfon, Brigadier-General. 
William Cogfwell, Brigade Major and Infpe&or* 

Tgth K.EGT. Joel Kinfnan, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Ephraim Hinrnan, lit Maj. G. H. Cunningham, 2dMaj. 
David Tallman, Adjutant. Noah Benedict, Chaplain. . 
Fhinehas Pond, Quarter Mailer, Kichard B MarfiialJ, 
Pay Mafter. Nathaniel Perry, Suigeon. Anthony. Bar- 
rett, Surgeon's Mate. 

Cipidlns. htcutenants. Enfigns. 

Nsheln. Lambert, Deliv. Painter, Hezekiah Hine, 
Ab'm Bronfou, N A. Stoddard, Knos Warner, 
Daniel Warner, Dan' i [ackfon. 



Afa Stoddard, 

Noah Martin, 
Be time 1- Treat, 
L. Dunning, 
David Levct, jr, 



Tinio. Strong, jr. Daniel Bacon, 
B:;j. Pinneo, Henry Judion, jr. 

Adoniram Miner, Ja's Blakeflee, 
Xiaac Demons, Tiroo. LiuHey, 



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Samuel Weller, David Hammond, Michael Han, 
Ala Ofboru, Nathan Hawley, Truman Hinman, 

Lewis Stiles, Bennet French, Eli Stilfon. 

[There appears an irregularity in placing the fubal- 
terns in the foregoing regiment.] 

16th Regt. David Baldwin, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 

Juftus Barnum, ill Maj. Solomon Warner, 2d Maj. 

Afa Chapman, Adjutant. Philo Perry, Chaplain. Ed* 
ward Eli, Quarter Mafler. Samuel E. Blackman, Pay 
Mafter. Bennet Perry, Surgeon. Jofeph Trowbridge, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants, Enfigns. 

Alex. M'Lean, Wm. Chappell, John M'Lean, 
Amos Morris, Stephen Sanford, Sherman Botsford, 
RufTel White, Noah Knap, Gamaliel St. John, 

Ezra Sherman, Abijah B. Curtifs, James Glover, 
Eli Bunce, Tera. B. Barnum Philo Fairchild, 

Philip Brum, Runa Rockwell, Matt. Northup, jr. 

Benjamin Peck, Abel Barnum, Ethel Beebe, 
Afa Northrup, Benj. R. Warner, Sam'l Marvin, jr. 
Smith Booth, Lamfon Birch, Sam. Beers, jr. 

26th Regt. Daniel Potter, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Wm. Leavenworth, ift Maj. N. Baldwin, 2d Maj. 

Linus Fenn, Adjutant. Uriel Gridley, Chaplain.— 
Noah N. Brunfon, Quarter Mafter. Jofiah Smith, Pay 
Mafter. John Elton, Surgeon's Mate. 
Captains. 



John Kingfbury, 
Elilha Froft, 
JefTe Hopkins, 
Caleb Hickox, 
Amos Seymour, 
Eleazer Judd, 
Street Richards, 
Levi Bronfon, 
Daniel Smith, 



Lieutenants* 
Sam'l Harrifon, 
Am. Talmadge, 
Jared Pritchard, 
Richard Fenn, 



Enfigns. 
Daniel Clark, 
Allen Wells, 
Elijah Nettleton, 
John Merriam, 



Micah Blakeflee, Oliver Todd, 

Garret Smith, Landon Loveland, 

Jofiah Turrill, Enos iHicock, 

Jof. Twitcheil, Afael Lane, 

Jofeph Brunfon, Ab'm Hekox, 



Walter Judd, Eph'm Tuttle, Japbet Bertram, 

Jofeph B. Cande, Andrew OfboTft. 

29th Regt. Perry Averill, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
OziasBnell, ift Maj. Reuben Warner, 2d Maj. 

Lyfandsr Custifs, Adjutant. Ebenezer Porter, Chap- 
lain. Afher Canfield, Quarter Matter. Philo Rubles, 
Pay Matter. Chauncy Lowry, Surgeon. Ebenezer 
Smith, Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrofs. 

Ifaac Phunb, Captain. Evets Moody, ift Lieutenant. 
Amos Smith, 2d Lieut. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ki:[igns. 

B. Ligerfoll, Ab'm Hayes, Daniel Lines, 

Peter Pratt, jun. E Chamberlain, Ab're Fuller, 
B. K. Boilwick, Beebe Hine, Nath'l Taylor, 

R. Fuller, Abijah Berry, EtheJ Carter, 

Abn-r fiollifcer, Timo. Mitchell, Daniel Calhoun, 
Elea/er Warner, Uriah Saniord, Daniel Ferris, 
Salmon Sacket, Stephen L. ke, Daiyfl Smith, 
Win. Cogfwell, Richard El s-^tt, Nat. P. Averijj, 
Amos Hubbell, Bennet Pegu *t, V7m. C- Potter, 
Eb. Trowbridge, Abijah Treat, Caleb Kveeh. 

Eighth Regt, Cavalry, annexed to 8th Brigade* 

Robert Hannah, Lieut. Co)- Coraman^nfr. 

William Taylor, Major. George U. fcaffoiij Adjutant. 

Azel Backus, Chaplain. Samuel \V* Soutbni&^d, Pay 

Matter. Titus Hull, Surgeon. 

r Friend Clark, Captain. 

,n „ S David Caimp, if. ill Lieut, 

ift Company, j Andfew M ^ 2d do 

(_Nathan Rumfey, Cornet* 
/-Afael Benediel, Captain. 
. „ \Seth Comftock, ift Lieut. 

2d Company. j IraBnil:fon , ad do . 

£ Ebenezer Taylor, Cornet. 



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/"Edmund Lockwood, Captain. 

. _ } Anthony Gurnfev, lit Lieut. 

3d Company. J,^, ^^ ,;, Ueut# 

C&ii Barnes, Coin; t. 

("Stephen Chittenden, Captain. 

, ^, )Harman Canfield, lit Lieut. 

4th Company. W So!omoii ^^ 2d c|q 

(.Thomas Sanford, Cornet. 

GENERAL OFFICERS, 
Of'the armies of the United States, raifed or to be raifed. 

George Wamington, Lieutenant- General and Com- 
mander in Chief. 

Alexander Hamilton, of New- York, Infpeeror Gene- 
ral, with rive rank of Major General. 

Chavk'sC. Pinckney, of 3. Carolina, Major General. 

Henry Knox, of Ma {fichu fetts, do. 

James Wiikinfon, Brigadier General. 

John Brooks, of Mailachufetts, Brigadier General. 

William Wellington, of South Carolina, Brig. Gen. 

Jonathan Dayton, of New-Jerfey, Brigadier General. 

Of the Provisional Army. 
Henry Lee, of Virginia, Major General. 
Edward Hand, of Fennfylvania, do. 
Ebenezer Huntington, of Connecticut, Brigadier 
General. 

Anthony W. White, of New-Jerfey, do. 
William R. Davie, of North Carolina, do. 
John Sevier, of Tennetfee, do. 
James Craik, of Virginia, Phyfieian General. 

Officers of the Miffionary Society 

in the State of Counec-Vicut. 
Hon. John Treadwe!!, Chairman. 

Rev. Abel Flint, Secretary. 

Andrew Kingfbury, Eiq. Fjeafurer. 

John Fcrtcr, Eiq. Auditor. 



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Truftees, to manage the Concerns of the Society, 

Hon. John TreadwelJ, Hon. Roger Newbury, Hon. 
Heman Swift, Hon. Jonathan Brace, John Davenport, 
jun. Efquires,— - Doctor Jofhua Lathrop, Rev. Meffrs. 
Benjamin Trumbull, D. D. Jonathan Edwards, D. D. 
Levi Hart, Nathan Strong, Charles Backus, and Cyprian 
Strong. 



ROADS. 

<No. I.) Norwich, 7 (No. V.) 

Road to Newport. Lifbon, 6 Road to Hartford 

Groton, miles , 4 Plainfield, 8 by Middletown. 

Stonington, 5 Vcluntown, 4 Montville, J 

Paucatuc bridge, 5 Scituate, 11 — Otis, 4 

Charleftown, 8 — Manchefler, 3 — Chamberlain,-? . 
Tower-Hill, 17 Providence, 12 Colcheter, 6 

Ferry, 3 Attleborough 9 — Arnold, to 

Newport, 7 — Holmes, 4 — Brown, 9 

— Wren t ham, 5 Over the Ferry to 

49 Walpole, 8 Middletown, I 

(No. II.) Dedham, 8 Rocky Hill, 7 

Lower Road toFRo* Bofton, 11 Wethersrield, 4 

viDENCE. Hartford, 4 

ToTowerhill,39 (No. IV.) 103 — — 

North Kingfton, 6 From Bofton to 55 

Greenwich, 10 Newburvport,45 (No. VI.) 

Fulling-Mill, 3 From Newbury- Roadio Dartmouth 
Providence, 10 port to Portf- College. 

— « mouth 22 Montville, 7 

68 From Portsmouth Norwich, 7 

(No. III.) to Portland, 62 Franklin, 4 

Middleroadto Pro- Fro m Portland to Windham, 8 

vidence &Bofton. Machias, 203 A Oxford, r4 

Turnpike, Mont- ■ Union, 

ville, 7 332 Brimfield, 11 



lmcr, 6 

Ichertowu, 10 

nherft, S 

nderlartd, 6 

ontague, 1 4 

)rthficld, 6 

nfdale, n 

efterfield, 9 
eftmoreland, 9 

alpole, 9 

tarleftown, 9 

aremont, 8 

irniih, 10 

linfield, 5 

banon, 5 

•liege, 5 

"Tit 

at to New- Ha- 
ven M/id New- 
York. 
me, 15 

rofs the Ferry 
to Saybrook, 4 
Uingworth, 9 



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Guilford, 10 

Branford, 10 

New Uaven, 9 

Milibrd, 10 

Stratford, 4 

Fairfield, 9 

Norwalk, 12 

Stamford, 9 

Horfeneck, 6 

Rye, 6 

Merineck, 4 

New-Rochel, 4 

Kingfbridge, 9 

New-York, 15 

M5 
From New-York 

to Philadelphia. 
Newark, 10 

Elizabethtown, 6 
Woodbridge, 10 
Brunftvick, 10 
Ten MileRun,io 
Princeton, 8 

Trenton, 12 



Britiol, 1© 

Penny-Peck, 10 
Frankfort, 5 

PHILADELl'HI a, 5 

~96 
From Philadel- 
phia to Alexan- 
dria. 
Derby, 7 

Chiller, 8 

Wilmington, 13 
Chriftianabridge9 
Head Elk, 12 

Charleitown, 10 
Acrofs Sufque- 
7 
& 
8 
H 
8 



hannah, 
Baltimore, 
Rope Ferry, 

— Spurrier's, 

— Rofc's, 
Alexandria, 



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DIRECTIONS 

FOR PREVENTING CALAMITIES BY 

FIRE. 



XT' EEP your chimnies and ftove-pipes clean, by 
S\^ fweeping them at leafr. once every month, 

Neve* remove hot afhes in a wooden vefTal of any 
d, and look well to your afh-hole. 
',. After fweeping a hearth, fee that the orufli docs 
retain any particles of fire, before you hang it up in 
lufual place. 



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4. Oblige all your fervants to go to bed before yon, 
every night, and infpect all your fire-places, before you 
retire to reft. For fear of accidents, let a bucket of 
water be left in youi kitchen every night. The writer 
of thefe directions once faved his hotije from being con- 
fumed by fire by this precaution. 

5. Do not permit a fervant to carry a candle to his 
bed-room, if he fleeps in ah upplaiftered garret. 

6. Cover up your fire carefully every night in aflies. 
Let the unburnt parts of the billets or chunks of wood, I 
be placed next the hearth, but not fet upright in the j 
corners, by which no fparks will be emitted from the ' 
wood. Pour a little water upon the burning ends of the 
wood which are not completely covered by the allies.— 
Place before the fire a fender ma^e of meet iron. This 
contrivance was well known in England many years ago, 
by the name of Coverfeu. It has lately received (from 
a top being added to it) the name of Hood. 

7. Remove papers and linen from near the fire to a 
remote part of the room. 

8. Shut the doors of all the rooms in which yon leave 
fire at night. By thus excluding the fnpply of frem air, 
von will prevent a flame being kindled, mould a co:d 
or fpark fall upon the floor, or upon any of the combuf- 
tible matter in the room. The fmoke which iflues from 
this fmothered fire, -will find its way into every part of 
the houfe, and by waking the family, may fave it from 
deftruclion. 

9. If iicknefs or any other caufe mould oblige you to 
leave a candle burning all night, place it in fuch a fitua- 
don as to be out of the way of rats. A houfe was once 
deftroyed by a rat running away with a lighted candle 
fur the fake of the tallow, and conveying it into a hole 
Tilled with -:ags and inflammable matters. 

10. Never read in bed by candle light, efpecially if 
your bed be furrounded with curtains. 

" 11. Strictly forbid the ufe of fcgars in your family at 
ell times, especially at night. May not the greater fre- 
quency -of fires* in the United States than in former 



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years, be afcribed in part to the more general ufe of fe* 
gars by carelefs fervants and children ? There is good 
rcMlbn to believe a houfe was lately fet on fire by a halt* 
contained feg^r, which a woman fuddenly threw away 
to prevent being detected in the unhealthy and offenftvc 
practice of fm eking. 

In cafe offre, attend to the following direcliont, to 
prevent or reftrain its terrible confequences. 
i. DO not open the room or clofet door where you 
fulpeel: the fire to be, until you have fecured your fanV 
ily, and your mod valuable effects, nor until you have 
collected a quantity of water to throw on the lire, the 
moment a frefh fupply of air excites it to a flame.— 
Where water cannot conveniently be had, try to fmo- 
ther the tire by throwing two or three blankets over it. 
A Britifh lea captain once laved a king's (hip by throw- 
ing himfelf with a fpread blanket in his arms, upon a 
fire which had broke out near the powder room. He 
was penfioned for iife, for this wife and meritorious acl. 

2. In cafe it be impoflible to efcape by a ftair cafe 
from a houfe on fire, fhut the door of your bed-chamber, 
and wait until help can be brought to fecure your efcape 
from a window. 

3. If fafetydoes not appear probable in this way, wrap 
youifelves up in a blanket, hold your breath, and rufh. 
through the flames. If water be at hand, firit wet the 
blanket. 

4. To prevent fire defcending from the roof, or df- 
cending from the firft ftory, form by means of blankets 
or carpets, a kind of dam on each of the intermediate 
{lories, near their it air cafe, that ihall confine the wa- 
ter that is thrown upon the roo**, or into the windows. 
It will effectually check the progrefs of the fire down- 
wards or upwards in brick or ftone houfes. 

5. To prevent fire fpreadtng to adjoining houfes, co- 
ver them with wet blankets or carpets, or old fails. 

6. To extinguifli fire in a chimney, lhut the doors and 
•windows of the room. Throwing a quart or more of 



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common fait into the fire. Hold, or nail a wet blanket 
down the chimney from the roof of the honfe. 

There is a method ufed in fome countries of glazing 
chimnies when they are built, by burning common fait in, 
them, which render? them fo fmoorh that no foot can 
adhere to them. Chimnies fo conftrufced can never take 
fire. 

Ladders are commonly ufed as the means of convey- 
ing pcrfons from the windows of houfes on fire. Would 
not a long ftiff pole, with a rope fixed on its \tpper end, 
be more portable, and convenient for this pijxpofe I 

The famous Mr. ]ohn Wefley when a cfrCd, was ta- 
k$n out of a window in his father's houie whilft in 
flames, by one man landing on the {boulders of another. 
This practice may be ufed to refcue/ perfons from the 
firfi {lory of a houie on fire, when other means cannot 
be had with fufHcient convenience or expedition. 

Directions for thefptedy and tjfiQ,ual cxiinguijking 

oj FIRE. 

i. LET water be impregnated with a folution of one 
o? more ©f the following fixed falts. (0 Marine Salt.— 
(2) Pot or Pearl Allies. (3) Allum. (4) Copperas. 

2. Let every family keep a hogfhead, or at leaft a 
barrel of this impregnated water, which ihould frequent- 
ly be itirred. It may be kept in warm weather in an 
out houfe, in cold weather in a cellar. 

3. In every engine houie let a large butt mounted on 
wheels be kept ready for ufe. This may be drawn by a 
horfe to any place where it may be wanted. To this 
butt, let there be fixed one or two large wooden cocks, 
with a lliort leather hofe to prevent wafte. 

4. Should afire be of long continuance and in danger 
of fpreading, an additional quantity of thofe falts pul- 
verifed bei»g previously provided, will foon diffolve and 
niix with an addition?.! quantity of water. 



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j^fic advantages of fuch impregnated uater^ above 
common water, are as follows. 

1* IT will damp or extinguiih the fire inftantaneoufly. 

2. It will' prevent the burnt wood from rekindling, 
for when the water is evaporated the falts remain. 

Note. To prove this, let any perfon dip a brand of 
fire into common foap-lye, and then lay it on the hotteft 
fire, or let him take the ftaves of a leach-barrel, in 
which foap has been kept, and put >hem in a glowing 
oven — and he will find that *hey will not cafily kindle. 

3. By reafon of its fuperior weight it may be thrown 
with greater force againft the wind. 

4« A very fmall quantity will do more execution than 
a very large quantity of fimple water. 

5. It may be ufcd with more fuccefs in fmall than 
large engines. 

6. It will fave much labour of pumping and handing 
of buckets, and prevent much wafle of w-ater, as in the 
common method. 

7. Jj[a perforated plate of brafs or copper, like thofe 
on the extremity o£the tube of a watering pot, be fixed 
with a fcrew to the pipe of an engine, the water may be 
more equally distributed over the furface of burning 
wood, than by one fingle ftream. This can be of ufe 
only in fmall engines. 

To prevent Flakes of Fire from kindling -when they fall on 
the -wooden roofs of buildings. 

Take three parts (by„ meafure) of air flacked Hmr, 
two do. of finely fifted wood-afhe>s, and one do. of fine 
fand, grind them in oil to the confidence of paint, and 
lay on the mixture with a brufh. 

Two coats will be necefTary j the firft. thin, the fe- 
cond as thick as it can be conveniently worked. This 
coating will harden by time, and is impenetrable by 
flakes 0{ eyen coals of fire falling on it, 

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Federal Officers 

For the Internal Revenue, Connecticut. 

Robert HaJJam, New-London. — Shubael Breed, Nor- 
v/ich. — Dyer White, New Haven. — Thomas Chefter, 
"Hartford. — Robert Warner, Middle town.— Frederick 
Wolcott, Litchfield. 

Auxiliary Officers. 

Samuel Rowland, Fairfield. -^-Edmund Badger, Wind- 
ham.— Jared Cone, jun. Bolton. 

It is a particular part of the duty of the above offi- 
cers, to keep a conftant fupply of all kinds of Stamps. 
An allowance of 7 & I 2 per cent, is made to thofe who 
purchafe Stamps to the amount of ten dollars, or up- 
wards, of the Supervifor. 

COMMISSIONERS on TREATIES. 

Alfred Moore, -George Walton, and Thomas Butler, 
for holding- a treaty with the Cherokee Indians, for the 
-extinguifliment of Indian titles to certain lands in the 
State of Tenneflce. 

John Q. Adams, to negotiate a treaty o{ amity and 
commerce with Sweden. 

Jofeph Hopkinfon, Pennfylvania, for holding a Trea- 
ty with the Oneida Indians. 

LIST of LODGES under the Jurisdiction of 
the GRAND LODGE of Free and Accep- 
ted MASONS in the Commonwealth of 

Massachusetts. 

£->T. John's Lodge at" Bofton. RiiingStates, at do. 
O PlrilantlaropjCj at Marblehead. Portland, at Port- 
land. Tyrian, at Gloucefter. Maflachufem, at Bof- 
ton. St. Peter's, at Newburyport. Trinity, at Lancaf- 
ter. Warren, at Machias. Unity, at Ipfwich. King 
Solomon's, at Charjeftoyn, Friendfoip, at >Villiaxnf- 



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town. EfTex, at Salem. Lincoln, at Wifcaflet. Old 
Colony, at Hanover. Federal, at Blanford. Morning 
Star, at Worcester. Hancock, at Penobfcot. Frank- 
lin, at Chefhire. Republican, at Greenfield. Middlefex, 
at Framingham. Evening Star, at Lenox. Cincinna- 
ti^, at Newmarlborough. Fayette, at Charlton. Wafh- 
ington, at lloxbury. King Hiram, at Truro. Kenne- 
beck, at Hallowell. Harmony, at Northfield. Union, 
at Dorchefter. Thomas, at Monfon. Montgomery, at 
Franklin. Briflol, at Norton. Jerufalem, at South- 
hadley. Fellowship, at Bridgewater. Corinthian, at 
Concord. St. Paul's at Groton. Adams, at Welfleet. 
Olive Branch, at Oxford. Meridian Sun, at Brookfield. 
Hiram, at Lexington. Meridian, at Watertown. King 
Solomon's Lodge ©f Perfection, at Holmes' Hole. Ma- 
rine Lodge, at Falmouth. Mount Moriah, at Reading. 
Eaflern Star, at Rehoboth. Social Lodge, at Afhby. 

A Chapter of Royal Arch, is holden at Bofton, ano- 
ther at Newburyport, and another at Martha's Vine- 
yard. 

The FRENCH CALENDAR, 
For theprefent Year, which began Sept. 22, 1798, 

Names of Months. Englijb. Term. 

French. AUTUMN. (Inclufive.) 

Vendemaire, Vintage Month, from Sept. 22 to del:. 21. 

Brumaire, Fog Month, — Oct. 22 to Nov. 20. 

Frumaire, Sleet Month, — Nov. 21 to Dec. 20. 

WINTER. 

Nivofe, Snow Month, — Dec. 21 to Jan. 19. 

Pluvoife, Rain Month, — Jan. 20 to Feb. 18. 

Ventofe, Wind Month, — Feb. 19 to Mar. 20. 

SPRING. 

Germinal, Sprouts Month, — Mar. 21 to April 19. 

Floreal, Flowers Month, — April 20 to May 19. 

Praire*!, PafUre Month, mm JYJav 2g to June t$> 



128 



Meifidor, 
Fervidor, 
Fructidor, 



Jane 19 to July i&. 
July 19 to Aug. 17. 
Aug. 18 to Sept. 16. 



SUMMER. 

Harveft month, — 
Hot Month, — 

Fruit Month, — 
•Sans Culct tides, or Fcajis dedicated to 
Les Vertus, The Virtues, Sept. 17. 

Le Genie, Genius, Sept. 18. 

Le Travail, Labor, Sept. 19. 

L/Opinion, Opinion, Sept. 2c. 

Les llecompenfes, Rewards, Sept. 2f . 

The intercalary day off every fourth year is to be cal- 
led La Sans Culottide; on which there is to be a Na- 
tional Renovation of their oath, " To live free or die." 
The month is divided into three decades, the days of 
which are called, from the Latin Numerals, 

I. Primidi. 2. Duodi. 3. Tridi. 4. Quartidh 

5. Qulntidh 6. Sjxtidu 7. Septidi. 8. Octodi. 

9. Nonodi. lo. Decadiy -which is to be the day of reft. 



t 



ADDITIONS ALTERATIONS. 



Houfe of Reprefentatives, 

OF RHODE-ISLAND, OCTOBER SESSION, 179S. 

Hon. William Bradford, Efq. Speaker. 
William Marchant, Efq. Clerk. 



Newport. 
George Champlin, 
John L. Bofs, 
Archibald Crary, 
Robert Lawton, jr. 
Ebenezer RurrilJ, 
Walter Channing. 

Providence. 
Mofes Lippittj 

Jot\n Smith, 



William Rhodes, 
Richard Jackfon, jr. 

Portfmouth. 
Richard Shearman, 
Thomas Potter, 
Peleg Almy, 

Warwick. 
James Rhodes, 
Henry Remington, 
^hriilopher Greene, 



( I*$ ) 



Bennet Low. 

Wefterly. 
Thomas Noyes, 
Kowfe Babcock. 

New -Shore ham. 
None. 

North Kingfton. 
George Thomus, 
Beriah Waite. 

South-Kingfton. 
ElifhaR. Potter, 
JohnB. Dockray. 

Eaft-Greenwich. 
Benjamin TilUnghaft, 
Benjamin Howland. 

Jameftowii. 
Thomas Carr, 
John Watfon. 

Smithfield. 
Job Alclrick, 
William Mowry. 

Scituate. 
James Aldrich, 
Job Randall. 

Gloceiter. 
Simeon Smith, 
Nathaniel Wade. 

Charleiton. 
Jofeph Stanton, jun. 
Gideon Hoxfie. 

Weil -Greenwich. 
Amos j acq ways, 
Samuel Gardner. 

Coventry. 
Jofeph Manchefter, 
Thomas Waterman. 

Exeter. 
Daniel Tillinghaft, 
Lillibridge Barber. 



I Middletown. 

Nicholas Eafton, 
Eafton Bailey. 

Briftol. 
William Bradford, 
James D' Wolfe. 

Tiverton. 
Chriftopher Manchester, 
Nathaniel Briggs. 

Little-Compton* 
John Davis, 
Ifaac Bailey. 

W T arren. 
Ichabod Cole, 
John T. Child. 
Cumberland* 
David Sayles, 
John Walcott. 

Richmond. 
James Sheldon. 

Cranfton. 
Caleb Williams, 
Job Manchelter* 

Hopkinton. 
James Wells, jun. 
I&zekiah Babcock, jun. 

jolmfton. 
Edward Man ton, 
William Waterman. 
North-Providence. 
Ezekiel Whipple, 
Stephen Jenckes, jun. 

Barring ton. 
Thomas Allen, 
Jeremiah Bowen. 

Fofter. 
Daniel Howard, 
Stephen Da vis* 



( *8° ) J 

Senators^ Federal, 
TenneiTee, D. Smith, vice A. Jackfoii. 

Reprefentatives. 

Robert Brown, vice Mr. Sitgreaves, refigned. 

Jofeph Egglefton, vice Wm. B. Giles, refigned. 

Praftifing Attornies, Connecticut. 
Cokhefter, Sam. A. Peters; dele Olmfted. 

Afhford, David Bolles. 

Woodftock, Philip Hayward. 

Courts in Majfachufetts. 
Supreme Judicial Court, at Dedharn, 2d Tueftfay is 
February j d^le Pownalborough. 



RULES. 

To find the intereft at 6 per cent, on Dollars for any 
number of months ; multiply by half the number of 
months, and cut off the two right hand figures. 

Example. What is the intereft on 2525 dollars for 10 
months? 2525 
5 



126^25 j Anfwer, 126 dollars 25 cents. 
To find fche intereft of any number of pounds from 10 
to iooo, at 6 per cenr, for one month. Cut off the right 
hand figure, and multiply it by j2 ; cut off the light 
hand figure of the product and multiply it by 4 5 cut off 
the right hand figure of the product. The left hand fi- 
gures are the intereft in (hillings, pence and farthings. 
Example. What is the intereft on £-3^9 tor l month. 
3 6 >9 

12 

10,8 
4 
— Anfwer, £ 1 : 16 : 10 3 4« 
3, 2 



( i3i ) 

TABLE. In -which the different CURRENCIES, 

throughout the United States, from one farthing to a thou- 
fund Pounds, are reduced to an equivalent Value in Dol- 
lar s, Cents and Mills. 

|r^» Note, ic Mills make one Cent, 100 Cents one 
Dollar. 



N.Uamp. 


K. York. 


N. Jerfcy. 


S. Caroli. 


&C.&C. 


&c. frc. 


&c. &c. 


ire. 


Dolls Ct. 


Dolls. Ct. 


Dolls. Ct. 


Del.Ct.M. 


3,33i 


2,50 


2,66| 


4,28,6 


6 ; 66| 


5,oo 


5,33j 


8,57,i 


10,00 


7,50 


8,00 


12,85,7 


J 3,33l 


10,00 


io.66| 


17,14,3 


i6,66| 


12,50 


>3,33| 


27,42,9 


20,GO 


15,00 


16,00 


25,7J,4 


23,331 


17,50 


i8,66| 

2 *>33i ; 


30, 00,0 


26,66| 


20, CO 


34,28,6 


30,00 


22,50 


24,00 j 


38,57,1 


33,334 


25,00 


26,66| ' 


42,85,7 


3 6,66f 


27,50 


29,331 


47,14,3 


40,00 


3^,00 


32,00 


5i,42,9 


43>33| 


3^,50 


34,661, 


55,7i,4 


46,66f 


35,oo 


37,331 


60,00,0 


5o,oo 


37*SQ 


40,00 


64,28,6 


53,331 


40,00 


42,66| 


68,57,1 


5 666| 


42,50 


45,33i 


72,85,7 


6d,o_ 


45,00 


48,©o 


77,14,3 


63-331 


47,50 


50,66! 


81,42,9 


66,66| 


50,00 


53.33i- 


85,75,4 


■100,00 


75>oo 


8o,oo 


128,57,1 


i33,33| 


100,00 


jg6,66| 


171,42,9 


i66,66| 


125,00 


»33,33f 


214,28,6 


333-331 


25 ,00 


266,66! 


428,57»i 


666,66! 


5 °,oo 


533,331 


857,^4,3 


i666,66| 


125 ,00 


J 333, B 3i 


2142,85,7 


3333,33* 


25^0,00 


2666,66! 


4285,71,4 



INDE X. 



ALmanac, Englifh, p» 3 
Do. French, 127 
Additions ^Alterations, 128 
Attorn ies, Circ. Court, 57 
Alien Regulations, . 32 

Banks, - - 6r 

City Officers. 
N. Haven &N. London, 59 
Hartford & Middletown,6a 
Norwich, - . • ib. 
Comm'rs direct Tax, 97 

Do. on Treaties, 
Colleges, 
Clergy^ 
Courts.— Rhode -Ifland, 

Vermont & Connect. 

MaiTachufetts, 

Federal, 

Probate, 
Coins, weight &" value, 
Cents, value of in L.3VI. 18 
Connecticut Government 

Exec. & Legislative, 37 

Judicial & Civil, 40 

Hartford County Judges, 
Attornies, &c. 41 

New Haven do. 

New-London do. 

Fairfield do. 

Windham do. 

Litchfield do. 

Middlefex do. 

Tolland do. - 
Duties.— Import, &c. 

on Carriages, 

on Tonnage, 

on Stamp", 
Eclipfes, i.e. 



18 

Fire, refpecting, 121 

Governors, - 84 

Government U. States. 

Legislative, &c. 86 

Judiciary, - 88 

Revenue Officers, 91 

Supervifors, - 91 

Commiffioners Loans, 93 

Poft-OfficeEftablifhmt. 8 1 

Lifts, form of, - 35 

J 26 j Mint, - - 93 

67jMinifter«, Confute, &c. 94 

62;Militia of Connecticut, 98 

75JMaritime Regulations, 31 

77i Nomination, Council, 57 

78 Notaries, - - 58 

79 Naval Officers' Fees, 29 



Offic's internalRevenue,i26 
R. Ifland Gov. & Council, 74 
Do. Reprefentatives, 128 
Roads, - - 22a 

Rules to find Intereft, 3 35 
Societies — Cincinnati, 71 
Maibnic, Connect. 72 
Do. Maflachufetts, 126 
Miffionary, - 119 

Tax on Houfes &■ Lands, 35 
Tides, - - 15 

Table of Int. on L s. d. 36 
Do. on Dols. & Cts. 15 
Do. to reduce different cur- 
rencies to D. C &M. 131 
Town Clerks & Collect- 
ors, Connecticut, 68 
28JU. states Gen. Officers, 119 
32|Vermont Governor, 
2j Council, 8ce. - 76 




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* 




,/ 



GREEN 1 ! 

| JUUCMCAJSX 

AND 



FOR THE STATE OF 

Connecticut: ; 

For the Year of our LORD, 

1.8 o o ; 



i . 

J BEING THE TWENTY FOURTH OF 
I THE INOEPENSENCE OF THE 
UNITED STATES. 
* 

NEW-LONDON: 

| § 

HIINTEB AKD SOLD IT 

Hi SAMUEL GREEN. JL 



JfiCLiFSES for the Year 2800. 



THERE will be four Edipfes this year, two of 
the fan and two of the moon, in the foi 
owing order, riz. 

The ftVft will be of the moon, April 9th, at 11 
>'clock coju. in the morning, invillble. 

Thefecond will be of the fun, April 33d. at 
►•'clock 45 rain, in the evening, invifible to us. 
fhe <J will be in & 3 33 ' >'s lat. 33 1 N. The 
an will be centrally eclipfod or ' the Meridian, 
n long. 165 E. and lat. ssi N. 

The third will be of the Moon, October 2d. 
n the morning. A fraall part of tlie going off 
aay be feen by thofe who hare a good horizon- 
al profpect. 

IThe middle of the eclipfe will be - at 5I1. 9m 
f he moon will rife * •* at 5b. 550a 

Hie eelipfe will end *• •* at 6h. 4m 

rhe deration of rifibility will be' only 9 minu. 

The fourth will be of the fun, October iSth 
t 4h. 2jra. in the morning, invifible. The 6 
vill be £± 24° 45'. The fun will be centrally, 
md totally eclipfed on the meridian i« lat. 50 S 
md long, 35 Q 45/ E. in the great fouth fca. 



Ghronological Cycles 



Dominical Letter £ 
L,ynar cycle 15 

£pa& 4 



Solar cycle 17 

Roman IndicYion 3 

Julian Period 6513 



J7»REEMEN*s Meetings throughout the State of Con- 
i? newVicut, arc hold annually on the third Monday i» 
Scot, and on the Monday following the ift.Tucf. in April., 



JA NUARY, ha^jj-rdaya. 



Firft qr. 2d day, 6h,4.m attr.jLaii qr. liJ day, cih 5 5riimun 
Full rnofm iorl»y, 9'» 23m »ft.!Nevr anoon 24d»y,it>h 21m af 



|4|Circum. H. S'Ui.onfcry 
2k|l^ foath rch. 41m. 7 
3jC> Days length 9b, 6m. 7 

47 Changeable w&alher. 7 
5j£ 2d after Chriftma%. I7 
6J2 Epiph. g Stationary^' 

3 Snorv, rai« t>r hail .7 

4 c* It IK ***& titi£$ 

5 J> tori* high. 7 
10J6 §©j)- Fr-okyl 

7 ''7*s fouth yri, 59^ "' . 7 
&I ft Sur-i r. E <iph, 7 
2 .% fouth 9b, 48m. 7 

3J $ rile 3)1. 56m morn 7 

O How of clock i0.rn. 7 
# Gr. Bio ligation. 7 

moderate And per h aps 7 17 

2d. Sand, paft i;pyh. 7 

©in Z£ oh. 1 itft morn 7 

2) Perig. r4&£ or [now, 7 

'Sharp- cold z&eather 7 

5 runs low. fallow d J 

<5©])V by mow J 

Gonv. St. Paul. 7 

3d. p, Epiph. £0^ 7 

Afac/t jailing 7 

7*& fouth 6h. 47m. 7 

Days length 9^. 48m. 7 

ttrtathtr^ then cold % 7 

Q flow o'clock 14m, 7 



re 



2 3 
24I6 

*5 
26 
2 
2 



294 

i;6 



284 32 

^84 32 

2 7,4 33 
2 7[4 33 
2 6|4 3 
20,4 34 

2 5 

*4 



4 3 

4 3 6 

4 3 6 

4 3 

4 # 



21 4 39 

2C 4 4C 



20j 4 

194 



to 

15 
1 4 

i* 
u 

1C 

9 
$ 

7 
i 

5 
4 



2 14 



2 54 mem 



4 43 
4 4~J 
'4 45 
4 4* 
4 47' 
4 4» 
4 49 
4 5°« 
4 5 
4 5 
4 53 
4 54 
4 55 



3 34 

4 14 

4 57 

5 42 

6 3° 

7 2J 

8 15 

9 9 
i O 3 

10 54 
ii 43 
norn. 

© 3d 

1 *1 

2 g 

2 5, 

3 41 

4 3 

5 3o 

6 37 

I 3& 



U 19 



£1 

1 2q 

& 2. 

£ 2 5 
4 *5 
& a>t* 
6 2.5 
JFffft 

5 *q| 

6 iq 

7 
8 

9 

11 g 

morn 

ii 

1 S€j 

2 4I 

3 M 

5 a 

6 15 



8 gCj^fctl 

9 S 6 

10 29 

11 15 

11 59 8 £* 
*fo 4° 9 5* 



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5 £ 5 

6 $9 

7 49 



1216984 



riiiSK.u/VK.i nam 20 aays. 

irrtqr. 1 day, 3ft. 37m. afi.iLaft qr. 16 day,ioh. 48m. nar. 
oil'moos,^ ^v.o').z^m.af.|N.:w nnr.on2 fl , ^Ay,oV.??r:. af. 



4|W| Calendar, &c. lOr.l^l.jlF.fea. 



2 E 
43 

i* 



% io, 8h. 22m. even, 
4thpaftEph. Puri. 

(B. V.M.Candlemas, 
<J % J> . Cold Jnowy iota- 
]) runs high, *A*r, 

7*'s fo. 6h. 11m. flwi 



7,6|Daysleng. ioh. 3m. 



7 
7 
7 

6 59^5 
6 53 

657 
654 



8.7 perhaps rain, then cold 
9jE Septuagcfima. <?© >|6*53 
e:2p (low of clock 15m. [652. 
1 g.G.Waihington b. 1 732J 6 51 
2,4| £#^ wsrd Jtiozc\\6 49 



3'5lb fo. ioh. 41m. even, |6 



4J6; Valentine. J Feng. 
,5:7 It Stationary, Plea/ant 

7 [1] J) far fouth, ' weather. 

3 Qcntcrs>( ah. 57m, aft. 



6 
8:6 



> ruas low. " £/«7{v 
? rife 4b* 32m. raorn. 
c#/<rf a»<* rata, 
H. To. lh. 27m. morn. 
Quinquagefa. 6 0> 
St. Matthias, tvtt xaea- 
Shrove Tucfday. tker 
Afla Wcdnef. > Apo. 6 31 
r Af n m$re moderate. :6 30 
Days lengt. ith. 04m. 628 



«4t 

646 

644 

643 
642 

640 
639 

636 
6 35 

6 34 
632 



4 5 

45 

4 59 
1 



43 

*7 

15 

6 

*8 

5 2 

47 
40 

3 1 

r.o 



5 9,ii 

i2,inern 
o 

1 



}6. 



morn 

1 c 

2 4 



3 
4 
5 

5 49 

6 36 
> rife. 

6 2,5 





5*3 
5i4 
515 

5*1 

5 20 

5* 2 
5 2 4 

5 2 § 



5 2 * T i 
5 3°** 
5? 2 



7 

8 

10 



9 

9 

10 



35 

4? 

42.11 161 
34 morn] 

*^ © $4] 

241 

24! 

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2 5 
Wi 
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5^ 

sin 

A 

46J 



a 

4 
4 

5 

6) f< 

52; 6 42 

35 7 
17 8 

5* 9 
aft. 40 10 



The planet Venus will be morning itar to AuJ 
ufl 5th. and from thence evening ftar to the 
rear * rnd. 



MARCH hath 31 days. 



r irft qr. 3 day,©ft. 59m. aft. Lart qr. 17 day, 6fc. tern* «ft. 
"all mo. 11 day.Th.sm.mr. New moon 25 day 3h.?.?m. mo. 

..111 . ■ l , ■ ' " ' . ' „ ' ' ' . T ' ' , ' ~ ' . '' J > .1 !■ 



W|_ Calendar, &c. |^ri. j pf. \¥. fca jr. »'s. 



VI 



43 

54 
65 

g 7 

9 E 

102 

hi 

1 214 

HI 
i 
5 

J 6 

IF 

9;4 
tp»5 

2 3 £ 

2 4| 2 
2 5!3 
eS 

»86 

2 9i7 
ho, S 



figgy 



12 

10. 



If. fou. 6h. 34m. Much 

ift Sun. in lent, rainy 6 25 

weather near this time 6 24 
Sup. 6 $?. 6V). 6 23 
£ runs high.70?/ wa^ rfe 621 
7*s ietuh. 56m. penct 6 
Bays length nh. 22m, 

P leaf ant. 
&d Sunday, in Lent. 

Rain er [new* 
S DO Pleafcni,fquaUy 
Full tides. fo*nc [/homers 
a Qlt.©*fl. el. 10.71. 

5 nfe 4K 41m. morn, 
H. to. midnig. ( J) Per, 
3 J. in lent. ?&&$¥* 

St. Patrick. Iftfiw ana 

j)rnuch fou. fierhap 

lf.fo. 8h. sSm.iAnni^r 
© enters y^ gh t i6m t aft. 
7*s let 1 1 o'clock. 

Pie if ant rveaiker. 

4th Svmday in lent. 
BluflcYijifr weatkti . 

An, of B.V.M. d©D 
^^n r£jj& if not j new 

Days length ish. 1 8rxi 

D Apog,. ^?2^ /j5?/ 
dears of 

5<1 Sunc!ay in knt. 

$ Gr. Elorjjr. p'eafant 



G *?\5 33 



5 35 
36 

37 
5 39 

5 4° 

5.41 

5 43 

44 

45 46 

'35 47 



50 
P 5i 

7|5 53 

^15 54 

3;5 57 

59$ 
5% 
§«S 

55|6 

6 

sate 

WW 9 
4o!6 1 1 

4^|6 12 

4#ij 

|6 45!^ 1* 



9 3| 11 59 



57 
4 

4 »i 

8* 
3° 
23 
13 
3 
S« 
42 

33 
morn. 

o 26 



E *>l 



o^io 



24 
25 

26 
24 
19 

9 

5 



5 l 
5& 

49 

42 

M 

(1 

42 

6 15 
J rife 

7 49 
9 6 

r© 23 
ii 40 
morn, 




ss 



3' 

,57 
2 



53^ 



5 

5 

20] > lets. 

7 4 6 
3 4 3 

9 5 s 
?o 52 

11 54 
norn. 



A 2 



o 



M1W| Calendar, &c. 



3 



T? io.7h.38raev.cJ % £ 
> runs high. Pkafant. 
Seme flowers, warm, 
T? Stationary, then cool 
Days leng. 12K 44m. 
Palm Sun. if not /new 
b Sta. 7*s"fet 10 o'ct^ 
fc fets midnight, ajpelts 34 6 26 
> eclipfed. £©> ^/ 5 33 6*7 
High tides. pltafantk 3 l \ 6 *9 
GoodFri. }Perig. vta- 5 3°,6 3° 
ffor then JomefiQzoersld 29^63* 
Eaftcr Sund, 2foc5 a 7|633 

Eafter Mond. 5 far VlM 
Rafter Tuefday. &>ea 
0and clock even, ther 
[Inf. (JO? cfoa* (Am 
1 3.6 titni or I am miftaken. 
19J7 Days length jgh. 20m 
- 1 ft S.p.Ear.0in8 4mo 
H. fouih 9h. 41m. eve 
Now look cut for 
nOTp.602. Gecl : 
J) Apogee. plwty\b 



6 

-J'e 

I 

94 

116 

1 

12' 7 

k 
2 




9 

10 



5 

22I 8- 
11 sc 9 
mom.Jio 

20',^ 



20*E 

21 



2 S4 

24J.5 
2 c i 6 
a'fi 
« 7 ! 

20 3 
3° 4 



5 2 5 6 35 

5241630 

221638 

52^63 
5206 4° 

5^64 
5*7^43 



2 4|mo 



'I - 
j6 47 



St; Mark. fl/r^iVk 12 

nc* far [ran this timtig i 1 
; sdpaft Eafter, 5 u ; 

7*s let 8h. 41m. PleajS & 
J)farN. font weather:^ 7 
§2 ^ of cloc k suit 'Is ..J 



64S 
649 

653 
6 54 



- 



1 
2 

3 
3 
3 
4I0 



9 
10 
11 

1 
aft. 

1 

I 



*9I 7 
i.q 3 

9 

49 



3* 



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I 



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1 1 [i 

mn 



MAY hath 31 days. 



Firi\ qr. 1 tiay, n* a .i9rn. ai.|L.aft ^r 15 tky, 11(1.5601. mo" 

full moon 8 day,8fo.zm. *f.|Newmo. 43 day,nh.56ra. bk 

Flrft qr 31 day, i*b. 581:1. "en . 

M|W| CalendaiT&c! j©r.|© 6.|F.fea,|r.>6. 



1T5 St Phi. & Jam. g Statja-g 
H. fouth 9 ox!. /0£&> 5 
7*s fct 8h, 20m. morn- 5 
4&3d p. Eafter. ing 9 then 
Days leng. 14b. rat* 
#£*>«/ /Aw fiw£, msre w 
4 G. El. Newport. lefs 
Gen. El. Hartf. > Peri 
High tides. (<?©} 
Warm p leaf ant walker, 
', 4th p, Eafter. then co?nts 

> far S. rain, after 
faft clock 4m. which 
f leaf ant weather, groto- 

g Gr. Eiong. i«g 

jeafon. R&in,mor4er 

lefs, about this time, 

:5th p. Eaft. Roga. Sun. 

^> fefs midni. Fine wea* 
Colum. died. 1506 aged 
©en.n 4h.2 2»n.uio.(59 
Afce.Day. J Apo. lati\ 

6 C£>. A fne fei fina- 
ble raiTi, within a day 
:Sund. p. Ale. jW N. 

afpdl ofpUafani 
Goo- Elecl. Bofton. 
Days len. 14I1. 44111. 



9 
10 
11 

12 

^3 

14 
15 
16 

17 
l8 
l§ 

20 

21 
22 

23 
*4 

25 

J: 

21 

28 

*5fe 

3 

V 



5 

4 
2 

1 
c 

4 59 
45* 

457 
4 5 b 
4 55 
4 5 
453 
4 5 2 
45 



.5 

658 

6 59 

7 c 
7 1 
7 2 
7 3 
7 4 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



4507 to 
4 49)7 li 
4487 12 

4 47.17 *2 



4 46' 
4 45 
4 44 
443 
4 ft* 
4»4 2 
441 
440 

139 
4 39 

4 3" 



*5 
5 
54 
4i 
2 9 

10 

7 
1 1 

6|morn. 

*7 

21 

£0 

M 
a 

47 
29 



/ 

I 



■ueathzrfor fevcnzl days\^ 37 
IH. Stationary. 



7 M 
7 * 
7 * 
7-*7 

7 l8 
7 *9 

7 2b 

7 2i 
7 2 j 
7 22 
72^ 



1 18 

1 48 

2 18 
2 45 
Z J 3 

a 3; 

J rife, 

8 Zc 

9 43 

10 54 

11 4* 
morn 

o 4 



49 
30 
*3 
5« 

46 

3 
2 

20 

1 1 

o 

4: 



14 3 7' 7 2 3 3 33 



* 1 

1 4 
2 

2 2 

2 4 

3 

3 3 
3 5 

} fee 
8 4 

as 

10 2 

1 1 

[ 1 i 

mor 

o i 
o . 



"JUNE hath jo days. 



Full mo. 7 day>3fc.i5m. raor.iWew m. iz day, 3b, 6m. mo, 
Laft <jr. 13 day ttil*f«m< af. JFirft qr. 29 day. 7k. 30m. aft 






M|W| C alendar, &c [Q 

1 [E|W hit-Sunday. Fine 4 

4 
gJ3 ftUzfatt weather 4 

4 

4 
4 
4 



gjt 

^3:6 

t4 I 7 



so 



Art. Elec. Bofton. 

pU&fait weather 
4J4 Newhacnp&ire Etec. 
J Per i gee. for fo vu 
Full tides. atej/j-, 

Tffo, 9 o'cl. £0y 
Pria. S, >.far N.tkex 
Days len. 14b. 56ns-. 
comes rain& iiiKnd&r,. 
St % Bam a bus* 

Plea/ant 

weather, 

n§H, @<&ci, even 

l 5i E 1 tit Sun. pafl Trinity. 

6|ojMi/§y, f G ggy> an ^ then 

7-3 St. Alban. coze? 

:&J4JDays length igh t rain 

9-5\<S& 2. > Apogee. 

6; near this time, 

7|0 enters c^ ih. aftr. 

E 3 d p. Trin. ,5 $ J 

12!]) runs high* P leaf ant. 

Nativ. St. John Bapt. 

morning s.\ A 



ri.|.Qfet|F.fca, 
^ 6 !7 2 4 



r.*s 



3517 2 5 
35J7 2 5 
34 
34 

33 



3 

4 
5 
6 

!»J7 

OJ2 



433 


4 3 2 


4 3 2 


4 3 1 


4 3 1 


4 gi 


43 1 


4.31 


4 3® 


4 3° 


4 3° 


4 3° 


4 3° 


4 S° 


4 3° 


4 3° 


4 3° 


4 3° 



726 

726 

727 
727 
728 
728 
729 

7 2 9 

7 2 9 

729 

729 
730; 
730j 
7 3°j 

7 30( 

73 °\ 2 

73°; d 

7 3o. g 
73c.11 

7 3°jn 



5 54 

6 47 

7 44 
8' 47 

9 5 2 

10 59 

2 

morn. 



7*'« rife ih.34m. mor. 
Plea pint, 
3d p. Trin. St. Peter 
fair wt 



O 

5 2 
35 

2 3 
4 

44 

2 5 
7 

.5- 

gl 

28 

10 
i 1 

ii 

7 3°;^ 52 
30,73^^.40 

3073d 1 26 
3i{7 191 2 10' 
*M?*9 2 55 



1 14 

1 §8 

2 3 
2 29 

2 56 

3 33* 

>rifs, 

9 «9J- 

10 19J 

11 lOi 

11 47! 



morn,; 





5 


O 


28 


© 


5i 


1 


1 1 




c/ 


1 


qc 






l 


8? 


8 


19 


2 


49 


3 


2^ 


Si 


els. 


9 


le 


9 


4^ 


10 


21 


11 


461 


11 


11 


11 


,Vi 


n 


£»' 


morn. 

i 



JULY hath 31 days. 


Full moon 6 d»y,ioii 5m. »r. 


New [UG.21 eta), 4h.53*«. af. 


Laft <v, *jl diy, in « *o»r>. af 


Firfl qi. 29 '»y, 1*1.5201. mr. 


M|W: Calendar, &c. I > r. | <Hfe.!F.fea 


.!r.>6. 


1 


3 


11 idb JO.:. 57'tl. <tf 


4 3 s 7 


29 4 30 21 


2 


4 


Vifita. B.V.M. J Per, 


4 327 


2S; 5 S 3 


O 45 


3 


5 


spell of dry kvt weather. 


43 2 7 


28 


6 21 


1 21 


4 


6 


Independence, '76. 


4 327 


«g 


7 24 

8 3* 


1 57 


5 


7 


d01|l. J)farS. 


4 33 7 


2 7 


2 57 





E 


4th p. Trinity. $0+ 


4 33 


7 


27 


9 37^ n{e « 


2 


2 


Full tides. rain. 


4 34 


7 


26' 


10 39 


9 © 


3 


Days leng. 14b. 52 m. 


4 34 


7 


26 


11 35 


9 3 a 


9 


4 


at lafi, which is vzry 


4 35 


7 


25 


tfi©rn. 


10 4 


10 


5 


Columbus born 1447 


4 35 


7 


25 


26 


10 26 


ii 


6 


agreeable. ( <5 T? g . 


4 3 6 


7 


24 


1 11 


10 49 


15 


7 


Hot weather, thunder. 


4 37 


7 


2 3 


1 55^ 9 


l 3 


£ 


5th pad Trinity, 


4 37 


7 


23 


2 3 6 ', 11 3° 


14 


2 


«ni perhxps rain 


4 3 8 


7 


22 


3 *7p* 5 s 


*5 




flow of clock 5m. 


4 39 


7 


21 


3 5ft morn - 


£6 


4 


ComracQC Cambridge. 


4 39 


7 


21 


4 43* © *fl 


*7 


c 


Off. .> Apogee. 


4 4° 


7 


20 


5 2Q ? O 46 


18 


6 


Serene pleajant. 


4 4* 


7 


19 ! 6 17 1 17 


<9 


7 


]) far N. Foggy nzorn- 


4 4* 


7 


*9 


7 9 


2 7 


2 a 


E 


6th after Trim. 2ȣj. 


4 4 2 


7 


18 


8 1 


2 5.7 


21 


2 


6 0)* 7* s rife mid m. 


4 43 


7 


x 7 


■ 8 54 


@fets 


42 


3 


0in £ nh, 4811a, aftr, 


4 44 


7 


16 


9 44 


8 20 


2 3 


4 


B leaf ant, jtrent 


4 45 


7 


15 


10 34 


8 47 


H 


5 


&$t weather, and dry. 


4 4 6 


7 


14 


11 2f 


9 M 


*5 


6 


Dog days begi. St.Ja's, 


4 4 6 


7 


M 


aftr. 6 


9 8* 


2^7 


St. Anne, but rain t 


4 47 


7 


*3 


fit 


9^ 


27! E 


7_rh p ..Trin. g G.Eion. 


4 4^ 


7 


12 


1 36 


to 21 


af: s 


ne*r at hand, nt>t* th? 


4 49 


7 


ii 


2 23 


10 45 


29 


3 


5 Perigee, weather 


4 50 


7 


10 


3 *3 


1116 


8° 


4 


changes. Rain 


4 5* 


7 


9 


4 8 


1 1 48 


8* 


5 


Days length 14b. 16m. 


452 


7 


8 


5 8 


morn. 



AUGUST hath 5 t da^sT 



Full mo«fi 4 day,gh. $zm- af. 
Lnik qr 12 d^y, e;h. <;6ns. mr. 



F r(\ qr *7 H y,?h 15**. *»1 



M Wj Calendar, &c. { j$ri.{&fet.| F.fea.{.r,> s! 



1 

8 

9 

4 
5 
6 

7 

9 
ic 

14 

12 

-;! 
ii 

:*, 

19 3 
20 

21 

2-2 

2,3 
24 
25 

a( 

*: 

2 



,, 54 
£-8:h pafi Trin, $r t§A^ 557 



6 L anurias. H fets jo'cl. 4 

7 j > far S. _ i?«2*t ^ day ^ 



3 I S u p , d © ? « pics fa n •' , '4 
4j$even. liar. <j T? U 
5 'Days leng. 14b. i&wnjj 

7 j pirhaps ikunJc,\§ 

Ejf'fo p. Trin. g Static [5 

$&*« tf .//>?# of pMsfi:it\§, 

8 Apogee, J'remlg 

m wetttkerk 

fg fl "> : .y e?*cl$cik 475. I5 

grafts high, fdlo^cd\ b 

7 j 4y agfe «^Wn#^ 

iLjiith p. Trui, 6 li ]) 5 

Sultry wt&tjicrjfi 

s rrfe iVn, 82K* >5 



i S 



50 

57 
59,7 

a 

1 

3 

4 



4< 



rf9>. mtmttherte 

Days i'«r»g. i#b-, 58m. K 

2 ft u tt cf^r '# ltd! *ez**i 1 ?5 

7 |0^ n rf k 6k. 1 2m. morn. 5 

th< p.Trin. St. Bart ru £ 

]) Perigee, Jtarvt.iS *f& 37 

Comnaenc. Darthm^u 5 24:6 36 

8 5 Sr.. Auguftine. 5 2 5, 6 35 

296 it John B. beheaded. 5 27J6 33 

07 5 runs low. 5 28^6 .32 

g^Higthp.Trin.ffi&cl.cv 5 29.6 31 



7 o 

6 59 
658 

6 57 
6 56 

0!^ 55 

7; 6 33, 
8 6 5fj; 4 

9^ 6 * j 5 
1 c6 50! 5 

life 49J S 

i~4J6 46 

1 5 i6 45 
i<36 44 

18/6 42, 
106 41 

BOJO 40 

21J6 39 

2 3! r 



is o 

16; 1 

20 2 

iQJJufe 

r 

47 



9 
10 

11 
11 

Tjorn.l 
O so 1 



2' 

5 : 



12: 



9 5 
S4 ilQ v 

jr#io 4 

2, } |l 2 i 

1 o j t 2 i 

3 j mo it 
55j ° 5- 

4^j * 4 

40J 2 4; 

;s f ; 3 4 
19;]) let* 

SI 7 4 



att. 45 

1 14! 



8 
8 
8 

9 
8! 9 
6jio 

7; 1 * 3 
xomorr 

*3 ° 3 
lftji 4 



fe-EPj-JiMJiER" hath 30 days. 



Full moon 3 clay, 3b. 15m. nar. New bk;. 18 day, 5b. j6m.af 
'..<\ft q<. j 1 d*y f oh. fccra. mr. ! Firft qr 25 ^Av.nh. Kim. aft 



Mj W] Calendar, Sec. 



]^r ; J^fct)F.iea.|r.j)s 

628 8 57J 4 ic 

6 a; 9 44') rife. 






7*s rife gh. 20m. »w45 31 
rain within two d#ys, 5 32 
Com.Prov.& WiPtow 5 33 „ 
Dog days end. ( g it* 5 35 6 ad 10 29J 7 
Days leng. lah. 48m. 5 36 6 2411 laj 7 
fl/^^r «//fo^ amies ^5 37! 6 a^i'i 55 8 
13th p. Trinity. {5 39J6 aifonarn 

Nativity of B. V. M. r 
> Apogee, fptlloj 
Commetic. N. Haven. w 
SfUafant wea- ( $ G.EIJ5 44 



9 
*Qi 

*l 

*a6j>ruHs kigh. * thcr. 

*$\j{Pka/ant cool mornings, 

;4 £ji4thp.Tnn. <$ ^ > 
a j <? fbutk |h, 53m. mor. 
3 j 7&» configurations of 
4J7*s rife 8b. 23m. tkc 

5 j c5 i) . planets promife^ , 

6 <J » *. ^.£.»mrf«! 5 55| 6 

15th p. Tria. St.Maab.l5 5^6 
#*g4 uinds. Squally^ 596 
©mag ah. 44m. morn 6 
w*atkzr. (J Perigee *6 
Ofaft of clock 8ai. 
'6 J far S. Pka/tnt 

for/ems time. 
l&kpaftTrm. 

0^ w&ather. 
^gj ajOays length 11 11.4011 




OCTOBER hath 31 days. 



Full mo. z ud» 
L%ft fljr to 1 11 



4 .. t 9 -. att.lNcw mo. 18 day, 4b. 7.$in,mo 
?h mid ^»t.' ; F rft qr. 14 d*y, 8h 2m. after 



M^WJ Calendar- &c. f Qr.)0fet|F. fea.\r. %f 
i|4 t ^f. cl. torn, f enfant. 6 12 



25 
3, 6 

4|7 

6J 2 

8.4 

95 

106 

1 2 : E 
18 2 
143 
154 
65 



*? 



6 



jeeii.Full tides. £ ©J 6 13 5 47 
$ Static nary. M^/1614546 
is 44 
5 43 
5 42 
5 4°j 
5 3 



Ic-wry, and rain, 6 i& 
17th pall Trin. 6 ly 

Sup. 6 0S- ^ leaf ant 6 18 
If. rife at midnight. ;6 20 
C00/ weather^ if 6 21 
J rife far to the N. fi 22*5 3! 
7*s rife 7 o'cl. (6 24 5 36 

«0* f«^#, Eaflerly.6 24 
18 pail Trin. q* 1£ J.^> 27 
winds and lowry.fi 28 
Days length 1 1 hours. ;6 2q 
$*mt pic of ant 6 g[ 
r5 H J. weatker 6 32 

0etlipfe4. about thtfcfa §§ 



x'^iSt.Luke. ^ © J days. 6 35 



19 £ 
t>o2 

21 3 

22 4 
35 

•46 

35 7 
ftSE 

a 
3 






190 paft Trin. 16 36 

3 Perig. High tide^. 6 37 
Stontogton B. Aflbcia.6 30 
])fet» far N. R«in.,6 40 
©inui, 1011.37m. wior. 6 41 
Lvwry'6 42 
7**8 rife 6 ©'el. cald.'.G 44,- 16 
20th p. Trin. n01i.|6 45! 5 15 
PUa(ant.\G 47! 5 10 
St. Siraoa & Jude. J6 48*5 12 



8 3 2 ; 4 3 

9 i5'J«fc 



9 58 

10 42 

11 27 
morn, 

14 

1 3 

1 54 



a 45 
3 



9 
10 



24 
5 2 3 
5 »* 

5 *o 

5 19 
5 17 



Warm a*d 
pUafa^t 
Q faft of clock 16m. 



6 40J5 11 
6 50J5 10 
6 5*15 8 



371*1 
2§,morr 

5* 
33 
26 



9 
10 
11 
aft. 

1 

2 

8 

4 

s 
s 

6 

7 
8 



o 4 

3 

4 » 

5 2 

)fet 



6 


^ 

7 * 


It 


7 * 


1 1 


K i 




i. 


15 


1 4 


it 


10 | 


12 


raor; 


4 





S 1 


1 5 


35 


2 J 


ii 


3 J 





4 i 


42 


5 < 



NOVEMBER hariTjjo days. 



Y o <ay, 9m 12m. mo 

Liftqi. 9 day, ih. 51m. mo. 
M|W) "Calendar, &c. 



I New mu. ro day, 3 
1 ft qr. i% day, 5b 5? 



3m. at 
m tt>o. 



l^ri.jOfJFTeaJr £*. 



3 
5 



9 
10 

11 

12 

*3 
H 
15 
16E 



*94 



20 

22 

2 S 
24 

2,5 8 
26 

| 2 9 7 
3° & 



All iaini&. £^ J 

21 ft paft Trinity. 
Coium.aimy difba. '83. 
(D Apogee 
Plea/ant weather 
]) runs high. Squally, 
Days length ion. 

2 2d paft Trinity. 

After a p leaf ant day 
St. Martin. or ttot 

(5 H j . cemts plent) 

of rain, and I think 
%ear r this time 
um% P leaf ant. 

23d pft Trin. <$© ) 
) Perigee. Full tides 
7*'s iotaih midnight. 
J) lets far South. 

Main foon. Cold 
% Statin, g Gr Elong. 
© n/ . 7k. 4 m. mom 
24th paft Trinity. 

Winter begins ti 
l^rifcsqh. 7m. even. 
threaten us withJnon\ 
Days length 9!}, 20m. 
!© faft of clock 12m. 
) Apo. go:h D. 
Adv. Sun. St.And^w. 



6 5»5 
^54.5 
6 55 5 



65 
6 59 

7 

7 
7 



7 

7 

7 

7 

9 

7 S 

71c 

7*' 

712 

7 

7M 

7i 
716 

7 . 

71 

7 3 9 
20 

721 
7 22 



1 
> ° 

4£ 8 

457 
4 55 
4 54 
4 53 
45 
45 
i6 o 



: 2 

G 

3,** 5® 
2 mo t n 



I 9 

610 

5; 11 



l 

4 4Q ! * 
4 4^.10 

1 3 4 47j alt - 
4 4&| 1 
4 45| 2 
4 44! 2 

4 43J 
44* 
442I 

441' 
440: 

4 39 



*8 



7221438 



41 

1 1 

44 
28 

M 

§, 2 
48 
48 

53 
1 

4 
4 
58 
47 
3* 
M 
££ 
37 
-3 
4 
60 



5 44j 

6 4 4 

7 iiei 

8 gij 



9 S«> 
io iq} 
ti 38 
mam. 

47 

1 55* 

.3 5| 

5 3 2 { 
5 2M 

?H 

o 42! 

9 5 8i 
11 6 

morn 
o 10 

;< 4 

2 32 

3 35 

4 39 
5 
6 



4J 



DECEMBER hath 31 days. 



Full mo. 1 d~y v,h.27m. mclNew rao.16 day,ih, iSm.mo. 
Laft qr. 9 day, 6b. 27m. mo.JFirft qr. 22 day, 7b. 30m. af. 
Full moon 30 day, xoh. 50m. aftemoor 

M]W| CalendarT&T" 

o 



2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


H 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


g 


8 


2 


9 


3 


10 


4 


u 


5 


12 


6 



V37 

x ^ ' 3 

20.7 



61 



435 
434 

i34 
433 
4 3 2 



1£ ri. 8 h. 4'im. even. 723 

(80) 7 2 3 

]) runs high. ram, 7 24143 

6 1^]). )? Stationa, 7 25 

/*tft7 awd vapor, 7 25 

■More p leaf ant. 7 26 

2d in Advent. 7 26 

Coneep. V. M. 7 2 

M?a; cuffiM rain 7 2 

iHj. Inf. 6©g.? 28 4 3 2 

<? Station. 0r Jrc0&/, 7 294 31 

£?z6t /c?tyry weather. 7 29 4 3 

Cold, ] 29 4 31 

3d in Advent. 7 29431 

'3 Per. 7*s 10. 10 o'cl 7 29431 

6QD High tides. 7 3© 4 30 

j);u..sIow. AT<?r£ 7 30 4 30 

cafant and warm for g 30 
')ays length 9h. then 30 
g Stationary, ^3.10^.790 
2 1 J E 4 lh i wAdv, St. Them ,h 9 c 
^ ;\ 28m. kftJty 30 
I. Nov took ouf\y 3c 
d cl. even. r' 
IC11 istmas, $ f, 7' -.J 7 oc 
sphen; (15m. cvc.17 90 



iQn.lSCiF.iea.lr.])s, 



4 37| 9 4°!> m 
4 37i 10 3°i 5 2 6 



morn, 
o n 
o 

1 
2 

3 
3 

4 

5 
6 



3°JM 



59 

46 

30 
13 

51 

u 

20 

*7 

26 



© 19 

7 *| 

8 15 

9 18 
10 24 
11 



30 
morn 

3* 

1 46 

2 58 

4 ** 

5 3 2 

6 40 
®(eis, 

4 
21 



34i 6 



,7 St. John. 



■ t o. CliviOm ]) Apfi 
veat her 1 m \kt and 
I ;■/ r-- 
•?.r, Farewefc 



7 3< 

729 

720 

228 



4 3*«. 35! 8 

4 SO 

>; 
430; 



430! 
430, 

4 3-j 

JM 
4 30; 

7 -3 
43* 8 x 3 

4 3i; 9 4 
4 3 2 9 55 



28J 9 50 

i6 : n 
omorr 

42: o 



23 1 

49 

35; 



24 
26 



4 5J 



1 15 ) 

The FRENCH CALENDAR, 
For the prefent Year, which began September 22, 1799. 

'Names of Months, Engtijh, Term, 

French, AUTUMN. (Inclusive.) 

Vendemaire, Vintage Month, from Sept. 22 to Oct. 21. 



Brumaire, 
Frumaire, 

ISivofe, 

Pi u voile, 
Ventofe, 

Germinal, 

Floreal, 

Praireal, 

Menu! or, 
Fervidor, 
Fru&idor, 



Dec. 21 to Jan. 19. 
Jan. 20 to Feb. 18. 
Feb. 19 to Mar. 20. 

Mar. 2 1 to Apr. 19. 
Apr. 20 to May 19. 
May 20 to June ib\ 

June 19 to July 18. 
July 19 to Augi 17. 
Aug. lb' toSept. 16. 



Fog Month, — Ocl. 22 to Nov. 20. 

Sleet Month — Nov. 21 to Dec. 20. 

WINTER, 
Snow Month, — 
Rain Month, — 

Wind Month, — 

SPRING, 
Sprouts Month, «— 
Flowers Month, — 
P allure month, — 

■ SUMMER. 
Harveft Month, — 
Kot Month * — 
Fruit Month, — 

Sans Culottzdts, or Ferfis dedicated to 

, Les Vertus, The Virtues, 

Le Genie, Geniv. J, 

Le Travail, Labor, 

L'Opinion, Opinion, 

Les llecoropeafes,' Rew?.r s. 
The intercalary day of every fourth year is to be cal- 
led La Sans Cljlottide ; op ^ere is to he a Na- 
tional Renovation (A" their oath, u Tq live free cr die. 31 
The month is divided into three decades, the days of 
which are called, from the Latin numeral.;, 

I r Primid;, 2 Duodi. 3 Trkli. 4 Quaftidi. 

5 Ouintui. 6 Sextkli. 7 Septidi. 3 OcVndi. 

9- NonocH. 10 l/ccad-i, whicji u the day of reit. 



sept, 


17- 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 


19. 

20. 
21. 



( i6) 



TABLE. In which the different CURREKCIE* 

thi oughout th-- United States, 'from one farthing to a thou 
J.ml Pounds, are reduced to an equivalent Value in Do 
lars y Cents and Mills. 

gCT* Note, io Mills make one Cent, 100 Cents on 
Dollar. 



f V. Engl. 

&C.&C. 

% 

Dolls ct. 

3 33| 

i Vpo. 
*3 33t 
16,661 

20, O 

2-,,66} 
30,03 

33*33} 

3^,66! 
40,90 

43.33* 
46,66} 
50,00 

53,331 
56 65 1 
6o,oo J 

63-33* 

66.661 

» 00,00" 

>3&S3i 
166.66* 

333,334 

666,66*. 

i666.66| 

9333,33! 



\" TV*. 

Dolls Gt. 

2,50 

7,5*> 

10,00 
12,50 
15,00' 
*7,5^ 

20, O 
22 5) 
25,00 
27^50 
3-5,00 

3 *-50 

35,oo 

37,50 
40,00 
42,50 
45,oo 
47,50 
50,00 
75,00 

lO0,O0 

125,00 

250,00 

500,00 

125 ,00 

2500,00 



v. 7-/y 

&c &c. 

Dolls Ct. 
2,66| 

5,33| 

8,00 

10.661 

J 333l 

16.00 

i8,66§ 

2i,33i 

24,00 
26,665. 

29 £r| 

32, oO 
34,66| 

37,331 

40,00 

42.661 

45>i3| 

48,0? 
50,661 

5333f 

80,00 

ic6>6| 

i33»33l 
266,66! 

533.331 
i333h3| 
2666^6! 



DoiCt.M. 
4,2S,6 
8,57,1 

12,85,7 
i7,M,3 
2i,42,9 
25,7 ; ,4 
30,00,0 
34,23,6 
33,57,1 
42,^5,7 
47,14,3 
5 ',42,9 
55Jf,4 
6:>,oo,o 
64,28,6 
6S,57,i 
72,85,7 
77,i4,3 
81,42,9 
85,7i,4 
,128,57^1 
171,42,9 
214,28,6 

428,57*1 

857,i4,J 

2142,85,/ 

42&5,7i,4 



CONNECTICUT R EG I STER. 



ICSSTA*****— 



D. U T I E S. 

\ Articles on \vhich Duties are payable at their ntfpcrtr 
tion into the United States, -with Hates of 
Impoit ; alphabetically arr&ft&ed. 

ARMS, fire and fide, not otherwise 
enumerated, or parts thereof, :./- " •;;.;..' 
Apparatus, pbi]ofophicaf 4 fjJecfajl) ; i-i- 

ported for an) fetr.inary of learning* free. 
4^ beer and porter, in ca&i ci bottjes, 8 cents pn got. 

qn value oi the bottles^ id per zc;-' 

e Artiiicia) (lowers, feathers and other 

ornament i or womcir's head drciljes, t 5 ditto. 
■ Annifeed, - - *5 -ditto.. 

fe^rticles of «J1 kinds of the r,rowth, 
product or rnniTufacture of the Uni- 
ted States, fpints excepted/ uc*. 
Anchors, - - 10 ' ditto* 
Brafs cannon, until 74th fune, 1S00, 
and to the end of the next ftflibn 
'Congrefs, - ~ free. 

after the above period, - 1.5 ditto. 

• iron or fteel locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvib and vifes, - 10 ditto, 

all other manufactures of Irafs, 15 ditto. 

jfcdlsandbalfams (Ice powders, paf- 

tes, clrc.) - - 15 ditto. 

* Beer,aie air' porter in cafos orUottlcs, c ichis 'per gallon 

on value of the bottles, *io p.r cent ai> Va 

Bricks and tiles, 15 per cci:i ad. ra 

Bonnets, hats and caps of every kind, i 5 ditto- 

Boots, • - 75 r^jtj pcYpiii ■ 



( i8 ) 

Books of perfbns who come to refide 

in the United States, free. 

buttons of every kind, ^5 per cent ad. vnh 

Buckles, fhoe and knee, 15 ditto. 

Krufhes, to ditto. 

Bullion, free. 

Burgundy wine, 40 cents per gal. 

Carmbn of brafs, until 14th June, 1800, 
aiuJ to the end of the next feifion 
ofCongreJTs, free. 

after the above period, 1 5 per cent ad. vah 

Carriages, or parts of carriages, 20 ditto. 

Cards, playing, 25 cents per pack* 

f— i- vyool and cotton, 50 cents per doz. 

labfJes and tarred cordage, 180 cents per civt. ' 

r .1 b ; n fet 'wares, 1 5 /^ ff ^ *& vah 

-.'. ips, hata and bonnets of every kind, 15 ditto. 
Carpets ana carpeting, 15 ditto. 

Cartridge paper, i5 ditto, 

handles of tai low, 2 cents per lb* 

~- — — 'of wax or fpermaceti, 6 ditto. 

<;h nripiign wine, 40 cents per gal. 

1 .;••■, • 1 5 per cent ad. v.i!, 

L«e$, walking flicks and whips, 10 ditto. 
>:icks, 10 ditto. 

I ! te 2 Pe. 7 (Tcv. a j- £<■,- found. 

1 ihiiu ware, ) 5 /»£/" f*»f <;;/. W. 

rcion, clores, currents and com- 

15 ditto. 
€Y; Uzi-5 an(' colored calicoes or muf- 
, and 2ll printed, (fanned or co- 
lored good* or manufactures of 
cotton, or of linen, or of both, or 
ef which cotton or linnin is the 
materia! of chLf value, 12 \ ditto. 

f.rcoi, 2 cents per pound % 

liihocolaf », 3 ditto, 

fljto^s ui;d gotoihoes, (firs AfoeiQ ij ccfits j>tr lp*it\ 



( 19) 

Cordage tarred, 180 cents per «&. 

and yarn unrarred, 225 ditto. 



Cofmetics, 15 per cent ad. vaU 

Ccal, 5 cents per bujbel. 

Colors (fee painters') 15 per cent ad. itaU 

Copper manufactures, 15 ditto, 

in plates, pigs and bars, free. 



Cempofitions for the teeth or gums, 

(fee dentrifices) . -15 ditto* 

Coffee, 5 cents per lb 9 

Cotton, 3 ditto. 

Cotton or linen manufactures, or of 

both, or of which cotton or linen is 

the material of chief value, being 

printed, flamed or colored, or cot- 
ton manufactures notprinted,ftain- 

ed or colour'd, l2 ip* f ' cent ad. vat 

Clocks and watches, or parts of either, 15 ditto. 
Coaches, chariots, phaetons, chairs, 

chaifes, folos, or other carriages, 

or parts of either, 20 ditto. 

Cloathing retdy made, 10 ditto. 

Cloths, books, houlhold furniture, 

and the tools or implements of the 

trade or profeflion of perfons who 

conic to 1 elide in the United States, free. 
Cutlaifcs until 14th June, 1800, andto 

the end of nhe next feflicn of 

Congrefs. free. 

or parts thereof*, after the a- 



bove period, 15 per cent ad. nkh 

Dates and figs, 15 ditto. 

Dentrifice, povJ.ers, tinctures, pre- 
parations and compofitions for the 
• teeth or gums, 15 ditto. 

Dolls drefled and undrefted, on parts 

thereof, r 5 ^itftfc 

Drugs, msdicitial, except thefe com- 






{ 20 ) 



15 ditto. 
free. 

1 5 per cent ad, V: 
if> ditto. 
1 5 ditto-' 
20 cents per gall o 



monly ufed for dying, 
». and woods for dying, 
Earthen and fiones warts, 
EiTences (fee powders, partes, &rc) 
Fans, or parts thereof, 
Fay al wine, 
Feathers and other ornaments for wo> 

mens head dreflfes, i 5 per cent ad 

Fringes commonry ufed by npholfter- 

ers, coach makers and ladders 15 ditto. 
Figs, ' - - is ditto. 

Flowers, artificial,- - 15 ditto. 

Floor cloths and mats, or .^arts of 

either, 15 per -cent ad va, 

Fruits of all kinds, ] 5 ditto. 

Furs of every kind undreiTed, free. 

GUf?, black quart bottles, 
— — - window glafs, 

-— all other glafs, and manufac 



do. 

do. 



20 

200 cents i 
10 per c. 



do. 



10 do. 

2 do. 

j 5 cents per pair. 



tures th ...reof 

Glauber faits, 

Gauze s,, 

Geneva, (fee fpirits) 

Ginger, 

Girandoles or parts thereof, 

Golofhoes, (fee' (hoes) 

Gloves and mittens of every kind, isipcr cc,;t a ^ V(l ^ 

Gold, lilver, and plated ware, ^5 do. 

Gold and hVver lace, 15 do. 

Goods, wares and merchandize, im- 
ported directly From China or In- 
dia, in mips or veiiels not of the 
United States, except teas, Chma 
ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, 

Opods, wares and merchandize, in- 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign, port or place in the fame fhip 



cTo. 



( 2* ) 



•T veffel in which they fliall be ira* 
ported^-arid all articles of the 
growth, product or manufacture of 
the United States, fpirits excepted, free* 

Goods, wares and merchandize, not 
herein ctherwife particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, 10 per tent ad vaf» 

Glue, 15 do. 

Gunpowder until 14th June, 1800, , 

and to the end of the next feflion of 
congrefs, free. 

___ after that period, 10 per cent ad vah 

Hangers or parts thereof, 1 5 co. 

Hair powder, 15 do. 

Hats, caps and bonnets of every kind 15 do. 

Hemp, loo cents per tut* 

Hides, raw free. 

Houfhold furniture of perfons who 
come to refide in the U. States, free* 

Implements of the trade or profef- 
fion of perfons who come to refide 
in the United States. free. 

Indigo, 25 cents per poun£k 

Iron wire, free. 

p^— fteel or brafs locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils and vifes, 10 per cent ad va& 

*— caft, flit or^olled, and all man- 
ufactures of iron, fteel, or brafs, 
or of which either of thefe metals 
is the article of chief value, not 
being ©therwife particularly enu- 
merated, 15 d#. 

Jewellery and palte work, 15 do. 

Lace of gold and filver 15 do. 

Laces and lawns, 10 per cent ad vafj 

Laces, lines, fringes, tafTels and 
trimmings commonly ufed by up- 
holfterers, coachraakers, and fad* 







Kfi 


15 


do. 


d 


IO 


do. 




free. 




b 



( 22) 

dlers, 
Lampblack, , 

Lapis Calaminaris, 
Leather, tanned and tawed, and all 
manufactures of -leather, or of 
"which leather is the article of chief 
value, net otherwife particularly 
enumerated, 1 5 per cent ad valA 

Lead and mufket ball until 14th June 
i8od, and to the end of the next 
feifion of congrefs, free. 

. after the above perfon, 1 cent per lb* 

1 1 all other manufactures of lead, 
or in which lead is the chief arti- 
cle, * I cent per lb. 

Lemons and limes, 15 per cent ad val. 

Linen or cotton manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or lirlen 
is the material of chief value, be- 
ing printed, darned or coloured, 
or cotton manufactures, not print- 
ed, (rained or coloured, i2 Schalf do. 

Linen manufactures, or of which- 
linen is the chief article of. yalue, 
.not printed, ftained or coloured, 10 do. 

Lisbon and Oporto wines, 25 cents per gallon* 

Looking glaffes or parts thereof, 20 per cent ad <ual. 

Manufactures of tin, pewter and 

copper, 1 5 do. 

m of iron, fteel or brafs, 

not otherwife particularly enume- 
rated, 1$ do. 

Manufactures of leather not 'other- 
wife particularly enumerated, 15 do. 

■ ■ " ' ■ 1 " - of lead not otherwife 

particularly enumerated, I cent per po:a::l. 

• of cotton or linen, or of 



both, printed, itaintd or coloured, 



( 2 3 ) 

er of cotton not printed, flained or 

coloured, 1 1\ per tent *d vah 

. « of linen, not printed, 

ftained or coloured, loper cent ad vaU 

. of glafs (fee glafs) 

' ■ of toba|Cco, (fee fnufF 

and tobacco) 

of wood, (fee cabinet 



wares and wood) 

of the United States, 



fpirits excepted, free. 

tats and floor cloths, or parts of ei- 
ther, 15 do. 

lak, * io cents per hup eh 

larblc, flate and other flone^ bricks, 
tile, tables, mortars and other u- 
tcnfils, of marble or flate, and gen- 
erally all ftone, and'earthen ware, 15 per cent ad vaU 

Madeira wines, (fee wines) 

Malaga wine, 20 cents per gallon* 

lace, 1 5 per cent ad vaU 

ttedicinal drugs, except thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying, 15 do, 

Merchandize, goods and wares, im- 
ported, directly from China or In- 
dia, in mips or vefiels not of the 
"United States, except teas, China 
•ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, do. 

Merchandize, goods and wares, in- 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign port or pktce in the fi.me ihip 
or veijfel in which they fhall be im 
ported — and all articles of the 
growth,, product or manufailnre 



of the 


United St; 


ites, 


i p 1. 1 ."■-- 


ex- 




cepted, 








si 


ee 


Merchandise, goods 


and 


wares, 


pot 





15 


do. 


»5 


do. 


15 


do. 


15 


do. 


15 


do. 


15 


60. 


25 cents per g 


15 per cent ad 


10 


do. 


15 


do. 



( n) 

herein otherwife particularly enu- 

' merated and defcribed 10 per eent ad va 

Mittens and gloves of every kind, I J do. 

Millenary ready made 15 do. 

MolaiFes, 4 cents per g&Uoi 

Mufkets and firelocks with bayonets 
fuited to the fame, and mufket ball, 
until 14th June, 1800, and to the 
end of the next feflion of congrefs, free. 

— or parts of either af- 
ter the above period 15 per eent adv.i 

Muskets and firelocks without bayo- 
nets or parts of either 15 do. 

Muftard in flour 15 do. 

Muflins or muflinets, whether print- 
ed, ftained, coloured or otherwife 12 & half do. 

Kails, 2 cents per lb. 

Nankeens, 12^ per cent aa 

Nutmegs, 

Oranges 

Ornaments for womens' head drefles 

Ointments, oils and odors (fee pow 
devs, partes, &c. 

Olives, 

Oil, 

Oporto and Lisbon wine 

Paper hangings 

— — writing and wrapping, 

fheathing and cartridge 

Painters' colours, whether dry or 
ground in oil, except thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying 15 do. 

Packthread and twine 400 cents per e-wt. 

Pafte boards, parchment or vellnm 10 per cent ad-vni 

Pafte work, an(i jewellery 15 do. 

Phaetons, or parts thereof 20 do. 

Plaifter of Paris free. 

Pewter manufactures 15 do» 



(*5 ) 

■ old free. 

Pepper 6 cents per peund. 

Perfumes r 5 per cent ad. vat* 

Piftols until i4th June 180©, and to 
the end of the next feflion of Con-' 
grefs free. 

■■ or parts thereof after the 

above period 15 per cent advaU 

Pictures and prints 10 ditto. 

Pimento 4 cents per pound* 

Printing types 10 per cent ad itHU 

Pickles of all forts 15 do. 

Printed, ftained or coloured goods or 
manufactures of cotton, or of lin- 
en, or of both 12'! dicta. 

Philofophical apparatus, fpecially im- 
ported for any feminary of learn- 
ing, free. 

Sorter, beer or ale in casks or bot- 
tles i a 8 cents per galhx. 

.,, ■ - on the value of the bottles 10 per cent ad vah 

Powder, for hair 15 do. 

— .. ■ gun powder, until 14th June 
1800, and to the end of the next 
feilion of Congrefs free. 

—after the above period 10 per c&tt ad, vaL 

Powders, paftes, balls, balfams, oint- 
ments, oils, waters, wafhes, tinc- 
tures, elTences or other prepara- 
tions or compofitions, commonly 
called fweet fcents, odors, per- 
fumes, or cofmetics, and all pow- 
ders or preparations for the teeth 
or gums ij> dv>. 

Plumbs and prunes 15 do. 

Raiiins \$ do. 

Raw hides and fkins free. 

Rum (fee faints) 

C 






( 2 b ) 

Salt weighing more than fifty-fix 

' pounds per bufliel 20 cents per 56I&. 

— weighing fifty-fix pounds per 

bufliel, or lefs 20 cents per bujkeh 

Salts glauber 200 cents -per cuot 

Stained, printed or colored goods or 

manufactures of linen. 12^ per cent ad vah\ 

Salt petre until the 14th June, 1801, 
and to the end of the next fcilion 
of Congrefs. free. 

St. Lucar wines 3° cents- per galhn* 

Starch isper cent advah 

Sail cloth 10 do. 

Slate, Hone, and ftone ware 15 do. 

Saddles or parts thereof 10 ditto. 

Sattins and other wrought filks 10 ditto. 

Steel 100 cents per cwt* 

Steel, iron or brafs locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils and vifes 10 per cent ad vah 

*—— .ill other manufaCtuies of fteei 15 do. 
She athing and^cartridge paper 15 do. 

Sherry wine 33 cents per gal. 

Sea ftores of mips or veffels free. 

Spermaceti candles 6 cents per lb. 

Sweet fcents (fee powders, pafles,ScC.) 1 5 per cent ad, vaL 
Spirits difiilled in foreign countries, 
viz. From Grain, 

Fir ft proof » 28 cents per gal. 

Second proof 29 do. 

Third proof 31 do. 

Fourth proof 34 do. 

Fifth prooi" 43 do. 

Sixth proof 53 do. 

Froui other Materials. 

Fireproof 25 do. 

Second proof 25 do* 

Third proof 28 do. 

Fourth proof 32 1 do. 



( »7) 



Fifth proof *8 do. 

Sixth proof 46 dm. 

Spirits diftilled in the United State s ? 
imported in the fame ihip or vef- 
fel in which they had been previ- 
• onily exported from the U. States, 
viz. -From Molasses, 
Firft proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Wrom Materials of the grsiith and pra- 
duce of the United dtatcs. 
Firfl: proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Spikes 
Silver and plated wfcrc 

- lace 
Skins raw, 

Shoes and flipper's of ink, 
— —ether (hoes and flippers for men 

and women, clogs or golofhoes, 
—-other ihoes and flippers for chil- 
dren}, 

Swords or cutlafies until 14th June, 
1800, and to the end of the next 
feflion of Congrefs, free. 

~— or parts of either, after the a- 

bove period, I 5 per cent ad, r.i.'» 

Stockings, 15 ditto. 

Stone and eartketa ware, 15 ditto. 

Soap ' % certs per !k 



f3 


ditto. 


H 

17 
21 
28 


ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 
ditto. 


7 
8 
9 


ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 


1$ 


ditto. 


i3 

18 

I Ci 


ditto. 

ditto. ' 
*nt per lb* 


it* 

35 

free. 


r cent ad. vaf 

ditto. 
1 


25 Cs, 


pits per pair* 


T5 


ditto. 


10 


ditto. 



( »«) 



Solos and other carriages, or parts 

thereof 20 per €*nt ad v* 

Sulphur until 14th June, 1801, and to , 

the end of the next fefUou of Con- 

grefs free. 

Sugars, brown 2 cents per pound* 

- white clayed g ditto. 

■ — do. prwdered » 3 ditto. 

- . . - all other clayed or powdered 2 ditto. |,T 

> ■ ■ '■- lump 6 Zc half d*. 

Sugar, loaf 9 ditto. 

other refined 6 & half do. 

Sugar-candy 9 ditto. 

Snuff 22 cents p er pouni 

Taifels and trimmings commonly 

ufed by upholfterers, coachmakers 

and faddlers 15 per cent ad vaL 

Tables of marble, flate and other 

{tone, or parts thereof 15 do. 

Tallow candles 2 cent per /£. 

Teas from China and India* 

— bohea 12 do. 
... ..-fouchong and other black teas 18 do. 

1 ■ hyfon, imperial, gunpowder or 

gomee 32 do. 

m . m. other green teas 2o do. 

From Europe* 
_ bohea 14 do, 

— fouchong and other black teas 21 do. 

— hyfon, imperial, gunpowder or 

gomee 4^ de. 

— — other green teas 24 do« 

From any other Place* 
m bohea J 7 do. 
■ ■■ fouchong and other black teas 27 do. 
hyfon, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee 50 do. 

•— other green teas 30 do* 



( *9) 



Teneriffewine 20 cents per »*: 'ion. 

Twine and packthread 400 cents per cut. 

Tin m an u fa Glares 13 per cent ad nd<* 

— in pigs and plates free. 
Tinctures (fee powders, paftes, &:o) 15 do- 
Tiles and bricks 15 do. 
Toys not otherwife enumerated 10 ditto. 
Tobacco manufactured (other than 

fnuff) 10 cents per /£• 

Tools of the trade or profellion of 

perfons who come to refide in the 

United States free. 

Types for printing 10 per cent ad v*& 

Velvets and velverets 12 & half 60* 

Wares of tin, pewter and copper 15 ditto. 

— earthen or ■ itone 15 ditto. 

china 1 5 ditto. 

Wares, gold, (river and plated I 5 per cchi fid i*;r;. 

— goods and merchandize import- 
ed directly from China or India in 

fhips or veflels not of the United 
States, except teas, china ware, '*■' 

and all other articles liable to high- 
er rates of duties do. 

•— goeds and merchandize of the 
growth, produce or manufacture 
of the United States (fpirits ex- 
cepted) free. 

Wafers 15 ditto. 

Waters and walhes (fee powders, 
pailes, Sec.) 15 " ditto. 

Walking flicks, whips and canes 10 ditto. 

Wax candles 6 cents per ponnx. 

Watches and decks, or parts ofeitherj.5 ptr cent advaU ' 

ypiftes in cafts) bottles md other vcjfc Is. 

— w~ London particular Madeira *6 cents per rslfovA 

—London market go. 49 do. 

— other * do. 40 do, 

2 



(30) 



——Burgundy and Champaign 40 do. 

— Sherry 33 do. 

——St. Lucar 30 do. 

■ - Liibon and Oporto 25 do. 

* -Teneriffe, Fayal and Malaga 20 do. 

All other wines not to exceed thirty 
cents per gallon in American vef- 
fels, or thirty-three cents per gal- 
lon in foreign veiTels ; nor be lefs 
than ten cts. per gallon in Ameri- 
can veiTels, or eleven cents per 
gallon in foreign veiTels 40 per cent ad vaL 

On value of the bottles 10 do. 

"Window jglafs 15 do. 

Wire of brafs and iron * free. 

Wool and cotton cards 50 cents per doz. 

Wool unmanufactured free. 

Wood tinman ufuelu red free. 

Wood manufactured (exclufive of ca- 
binet w ares) 1 2 \ per cent ad vaL 

Yai n on tarred 225 .cents per cwi. 

All other goods not before particu- 
larly enumerated and defcribed, 10 per cent ad vaL ' 

. JC7* All Parts of Articles to be fuhje<5t to the fame Du- 
ties as the entire Article is fubjecl to. 
The duties en Wines ihall not be lefs than ten cents 
per gallan. Bottles in which liquors are imported, to 
pay tiie fame duty as empty bottles. 



DUTY on CARRIAGES. 



For and noon every coach, 
upon every chariot, 
upon every poft chariot, 
upon every pott chalfe 
Upon QWd-y phatton with or without top 9 
upon every coacliee, - 9 



Dolls. 

15 

12 

12 

12 



( 3i ) 



upon other carriages, having pannel 
work above, with blinds, glaifes or 
curtains, , - - 9 

upon four wheel carriages, having fram- 
ed polls and tops, with fteel fprings, 6 
upon four- wheel top carriages, with 

wooden or iron fprings on jacks, 3 

upon curricles with tops, - 3 

upon chaifes with tops, . 3 

upon chairs with tops - -3 

upon fuikies with tops, - ,3 

upon other two wheel top carriages, 3 
upon two wheercarriages, with lteel or 

iron fpring?, 3 

upon all other two wheel carriages, 2 
upon every four-wheeS carriage, having 
framed _pofls and tops, and reeling up- 
on wooden fprings, - 2 
Carriages ufually aud chiefly employed in hufbandry, 
Mi for the tranfportation or carrying of goods, wares, 
merchandize, produce or commodities, are exempted 
from the above duties. 

The following Articles are free from Duty. 
Philofophical apparatus fpecially imported for any femi- 

nary of learning. 
Articles of all kinds of the growth, product or manu- 
facture of the Uriteed States. 
Copper in plates, pigs and bars. 

Eloaths, books, ho u (hold furniture, and the tools or im* 
piemen ts of trade or prpiefEon of perfons who come 
i to rende in the United Stales. 
JDrugs and wood for dying. 
Furs of every kind, undrefled. 

Goods, wares -and merchandize intended to be re-ex- 
povted in the fame veiYel in which they fhall b« im- 
ported. 
Raw hides, and iron ware. 
Lapis CaUminaris, and plaiftcr tf Faiis* 



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fcld pester, and tin in pigs and plates. 

Wire of brafs and iron, and wool and wood unman 

faOlured. 

All retail dealers of wines anpl foreign diftilled fp 
ituous liquors, are yearly, by a law of congrefs, 
take out a licence from the Supervifors of the revenv. 
for retailing the fame, for which they are to pay f 
each, 5 dollars, on forfeiture of 50 dollars if they f< 
without having a licence therefor. 



TONNAGE. 
By Act of Congrefs, approved 2d March, 1799, t° 
paid at the time of entering the vefiel, and before ai 
permit ihall be granted for unloading any part 
the cargo, at tire following rates : 
On all ihips or veilels, entering from any foreign po 
or place. 

Per Ton. Cent 
Ships or veffels of the United States, 

built within the United States, after 
23th July, 1789, but belonging wholly 
or in part to foreign powers, duly re- 
corded, 

On other (hips or veffels, 5a 

Veilels of the United States, employed in the coaft- 

ing trade or iifheries, duly licenfed, per annum, 

Veffels of the United States, (other than licenfed) 

taking in merchandize in a diftrict in one ft.:te, 

to be delivered in a diftrift in another ftate, other 

than an adjoining itate on the fea coafr, or on a 

navigable river, 

Other ihips or veifeh, taking in merchandise to be 

delivered in another diitriet, 50 

•DU T IE S' PAYABLE IN DoIs.CtA 

Gold coins of Great Britain and Portugal, of the 
itandard prior to the year 1792 — for every 27 
grains, I <j 



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Cold coins of France, Spain and the dominion* 
of Spain, of the ftandard prior to the year 
1792, for every 27 and 2 fifth grains, I C 

Spamih milled dollars, — 17 pwt- 7 grs. I O 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 
Crowns of France,-— 1 8 pwt. 1-7 graiflij 1 10 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 
Provided, That no foreign coins fnall be receivable, 
■which are not by law a tender for tke payment of all 
debts, except in conference of a Proclamation of thre 
Prefident of the United States, authorifmg fuch foreign 
coins to be received in payment of the duties and fee* 
aforefaid. 



Rates of Coins for eilimating Duties. 
Pound fteriing of Great Britain, 
-I,ivre Tournois of France, x - 
Florin or guilder of the United Netherlands, 
Mark banco of Hamburgh, 
Rix dollar of ^Denmark, - - 

R.yal plate of Spain, 
■ Vallon of do. - 

Milree of Portugal, - 

Pound fteriing of Ireland, 
Tale of China, - - - - 

Pagoda of India, 
Rupee of Bengal, - 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as may 
be, to the faid rates, or the intrinfic value thoreof, com- 
pared with the money of the United States. Provided, 
That it fhall be lawful for the Prefident of the United 
States to caufe to be eflabliihed, fit and proper regula- 
tions for eilimating the duties on goods, wares and 
merchandize^ imported into the United States, in ref- 
peel: to which the original coil fhall be exhibited in a 
depreciated currency, ifTued and circulated under au- 
thority of any foreign government. 

That on all goods, wares and merchandize, imported 



4 


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18 





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1 








10 





5 


1 


24 


4 


10 


1 


48 


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94 





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from the Cape of Coed Hope or beyond the fame, 
ad valorem articles) 20 per cent, to be added to ti 
"actual coft thereof, including all charges, (commiflioi 
outfide packages and infurance only excepted) and t 
per cent, if from any foreign port, before the duti 
are calculated. 



FEES of OFFICE. 

' To the Gollcttor and Naval Officer. 

Dels. Ct 
Entry of a veffel of joo tons or upwards, ' 2 5- 

Clearance, do. do. do. 2 5 : 

Entry of a vefTel under iOO tons, I 5 Z 

Clearance of do. do. do. \ i 5 C 

Every poft entry, 2 c 

Permit to land goods, o 2C 

Every bond taken officially, o 4C 

Permit to land gooftk, for exportation for 

drawback, o 2, G 

Debenture or other official certificate, o 2C 
Bill of Health, o 2C 

Official document (regifter excepted) required 

by any perfon$ o 2C 

To trie Surveyor. 
Admeafuring and certifying the fame, of every 

(hip or veifel of 1 00 tons and under, per ton, o J 
Admeafurement of every fhip or velfoi above 100 

tons, and not exceeding 2oo tons, 1 56 

Above 2co tons, 2 c 

For ail other iervices on board any (hip or vef- 
fel of 100 tons and upwards, having on hoard 
goods, wares or merchandize, ful jei5t to duty, 3 o 
For like fervices on board any fhip or velTcl of 

lefs than 100 tons, r 5Q 

On all veilels, not having on board goods, wares 
or merchandize, fubjeet to duty, o 66 

Allowances for Draft. lb. 

Any quantity of 100 weight or -112 lb. x 



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above too and under 200, 2 

200 and under 300, 3 

300 and under 400, 4 

400 and under 1800, 7 

1800 and upward*) 9 

Tares. lb. 

Qn every whole chefl of bohea tea, 70 

half do. do. 3* 

quarter do. do. 2o 

cheft of hyfon or other green tea, of 70 

lb. or upwards, 20 

box of other tea, between 50 & 70 lb. 18 
do. if 80 lb. , 2o 

do. from 8a lb. and upwards, 22 

I above to include ropes, canvas and other covering?. 
)U all other boxes of teas, according to the invoice 
or actual weight thereof. 
On coffee in bags 2 per cent; 



in baits, 


3 


in calks, 


12 


On fugar, other than loaf fugar in calks, 


12 


in boxes, 


15 


in bags or mats, 


5 


On cocoa, in calks, 


10 


in bags, 


1 


On pimento, in calks, 


16 


in bags, 


3 


On cheefe, in hampers orbafkets, 


10 


in boxes, 


2o 


On candles, in boxes, 


S 


On chocolate, in boxes, 


T 10 


On cotton in bales, 


2 


in feroons, 


6 


On glauber falts, in calks, 


8 


On indigo, in barrels, 


12 


in other calks, 


)5 


in feroons, 


10 


in bags or mats, 


3 


±2168 


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On nails, in eafks, 8 

On pepper in cafks, 12 

in bales, . 5 

in bags, 2 

On fugar candy, in boxes*, lo 

On fegars, in boxes, 18 

On foap, in boxes, io " 

On {hot, in cafks, 3 

On twin?, in cafks, 12 

in bales, 3 

On all other goods according to the invoice thereof, s 
actual weight. 

Allowance for Leakage and Breakage. 
Two per cent allowed on the gauge on all merchai 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in cafks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale' and porter in bottle 
and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles, to I 
• deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of breakage 
or it fhail be lawful to compute the duties on the actu 
quantity by tale, at the option of the importer tit t 
time of entry. 

Terms of Credit. 
When the duties on ad valorem articles are lefs thj 
50 dollars, it rrmft be paid immediately; if fpecific, 
depofit muft be made to fec*ure the fame, which wh 
afcertained, will be immediately fettled. 

When the duties on goods imported (where the fu 
payable by one perfon or co-partnerfhip) fhall amou 
to more than fifty dollars, the following credit is alio 
ed by law, except where any bond on which the perfc 
or co partnership entering fuch goods, wares or me 
ehandize, are either principal or fecurity, and whi 
being due remains undifcharged. 

On all articles the produce of the Weft-Indies (f; 
excepted) the one half in three months and the otfa 
half in fix months. 

On fait, in nine months. 
"On Madeira, and all other vines, twelve znonthft* 



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On all goods, &c. from Europe, (wines, fait and tea* 
excepted) the one third in eight, one third in ten, ancT 
one third in twelve months. 

On all goods, &c. (wines, fait and teas excepted) 
from any other place than Europe and the Weft- Indies, 
one half in fix months, one-fourth in nine months, and 
one fourth in twelve months. 

On teas u from €hina or Europe, may be depofited at 
the option of the importer or importers (to be determin- 
ed at the time of making entry therefor) either to fe- 
cure the duties thereon, on the fame terms and ftipula- 
tions as on other goods, wares and merchandize import- 
ed, or to give his or her or their bond, to the collector 
of the diftricl, where any fuch teas fhall be landed, in 
double the amount of the duties thereupon, with condi- 
tion for the payment of the faid duties in two years from 
the date of fuch bond ; which bond fhall be accepted by 
foch collector, without furety, upon the terms follow- 
ing ; that is to fay, The teas, for the duties whereof 
fuch bond (hall be accepted, fhall be depofited at the 
expence and rifk of the faid importer or importers, in 
one or more ftore-houfe orftore-houfes, as the cafe may 
require, to be agreed upon," &c. The faid teas to be 
delivered upon bond being given with one or more fure- 
ty or fureties, to the fatisfa&ion of the colleger u if the 
fame fhall not exceed ioo dollars, in four months ; if 
above ioo dollars, and not exceeding 500 dollars, in 
tight months; or if the fame fhall exceed 500 dollars, 

i in twelve months ; fo that the term of credit ihali not 
extend the period beyond two years from the time of 
dcpofiting the faid teas : any teas remaining after the 
faid term of two years, to be fold by the collector, who 
fhafl return the furplus (after paying the duties) to the 
owner or owners thereof. 

When bands given for duties fliall become due, and 
BGt difcharged, the collector to profecute without delay; 

1 an d in cafe of infolvency or death, the United States to 
** the firft creditor, M and if any executor, adminiftra- 
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r*r, afTignee, or any other perfon, fhall pay any debt 
due by the perfon or eftate, from whom, or for which 
they are acting, previous to the debt or debts doe to the 
United States, beingfully fatisfied and paid, fhall become 
anfwerable in their own perfon and eflate for the fame, or 
part thereof remaining unfatisfied." 

Sureties on all bonds given for duties, fliall in cafes 
of infblvency or death, of the principal, " have and en- 
joy the like advantages, priority or preference for the 
recovery and receipt of the faid money out of theeftate 
snd effects of fuch infolvent, or deceafed principal, as 
are referved to the United States." 

When bonds are profecuted for the recovery of duties" 
due to the United States, judgment to be granted at the 
return term, " unlefs the defendant fliall in open court> . 
the United States Attorney being prefent, make oath or 
affirmation, that an error has been committed in the li- 
quidation of the duties demanded upon ftich bond, fpeci- 
fying the errors alledged to have been committed, and 
that the fame have been notified, in writing, to the col- 
lector of the diftrict prior to the commencement- of the 
return term aforefaid." 

On all bonds upon which fuits fliall be commenced, an 
intereft fliall bi allowed at the rate of fix per cent, per 
annum, from the time when faid bonds became due un- 
til the payment thereof." 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and bonds 
to be given for fecuring the duties, if the whole or part 
of the cargo is deiiined to different dift rifts. 



Ports of Entry and Delivery for Foreign VefTels, 
No veils Is not wholly belonging to a citizen or citi- 
zens of the United States, is admitted to unload at any 
port or place except the following : 

Nfitv-H ampsii i r 1 1 — Portftnoutb.— Massachusetts. — 
VortUni a-id Falmouth, New -Bedford, bightoa, Sal4m\ 
end Beverly y G/oucefter, t\eu-bunj>ort y Murhlehceid, Nan- 
tucket, MeflopwuA Gkarj&fowi, Plymouth, Bath, French- 



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unan's Bay, WifcafTet, Mechias, Penobfcot.— Rhod*- 

Island.— Newport, ProvztleKce.—Coxiizcsicv r .— »Neiq- 
London, Neiv-Liavcn.— New- York. — New-York.—- New- 
Jersey. — Perth- Amboy, Burlington. — Pennsylvania.-** 

P bit*deJpbia.—T)LL aw a re, Wilmington, Ne w caft le, 

Port-Penn.— Maryland.— Baltimore, Annapolis, Vien- 
na, Oxford, Georgetovn, on Potowmack, Chefter town 
creek, Nottingham, Nanjemoy, Digges' landing, Snow- 
liil], Carrolfburg.— -Virginia.-— -Alexandria, KinfaJe, 
Newport, Tappabannock, Port Hoyal, Frederickflburgh, 
'Urbanna, Ycrktown, Weft point, Plimpton, Bermuda 
•hundred, City-point, Rocket's-landing, Norfolk and 
Portfimuth.— Nor th- Carolina. — Wilmington, Neither n 9 
Beaufort, W.iJInsgton, Edenton, Piankbndge.— South- 
Kj asolin a--- C h$r icfl 'on , George tnun, Beaufort.*— Georg i a. 
■— Savannah, St/nkury, Bruniwick, Frcderica, 1%. Mary's. 
Nor mail any veilcl from the Cape of Good Hope, or 
beyond the lame, be admitted to enter, except at the 
ports in the above lift, which are diftinguifacd by Italics. 

Reflriclions on Importations. 

No goods, wares, or merchandize, of foreign growth 
or manufacture, fubjeel to the payment of duties, mail 
be brought into the United States from any foreign port 
or place in any other manner than by fea ; nor in any 
{hip orveflel of lefs than Thirty Tons burthen, agreeable 
to the mode of afcertaining American tonnage, except 
in certain difti icts on the Northern, Northweftcrn and 
Weftern boundaries of the United States, adjoining to 
the dominions of Great-Britain in Upper and Lower 
Canada, and the diitriels on the rivers Ohio and Miffi- 
fippi. 

No beer, ale, or porter, to be imported in caflts of lefs 
capacity than Forty Gallons beer meafure, or if in bottles, 
in packages lei's than Six Dozen, under penalty of forfeit- 
ure, with the fhip orveflel. 

No'refined lump, or loaf fugar, mull be imported into 
4be United States, from any foreign- port or place, ex- 



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*ept in &ips or veflels oi the burthen ©f One Hundred 
*nd Twenty Tons and upwards, and in cafks or packages! 
containing each, not lefs than Six Hundred Pounds, on 
pain of forfeiting the faid fhip or vefTel, and the loaf and 
lump fugar imported therein, except in fuch caflcs or 
packages as aforefaid. 

No diftilled fpirits, (arrack and fweet cordials except- 
ed) to be imported in eafks or vefTels of lefs capacity! 
than Ninety Gallons -wine meafure on pain of forfeiture, 1 
with the fhip or vefTel, nor in cafks or vefTels which 
have been marked purfuant to any law of the United 
States, on pain of forfeiture of the faid refined lump or 
loaf fugar, and diftilled fpirits, together with the fhip or 
vefTel : Provided, that the forfeiture fhall not be incur- 
red on u any fpirits imported, or brought into the Uni- 
ted States, in other cafks or vefTels as aforefaid or the 
fnip or vefTel in which they fhall be brought, if fuch fpir- 
its mail be for the ufe of the feamen on board of fuch 
fhip or vefTel, and fhall not exceed the quantity of four 
gallons for ?ach Teaman," and -which Jhall at the time of 
entry ofthejaidyejfel be inferted in the Manifefi as tbefet 
ft ores offuchjbip or vejjel. 

Information. generally. 

Articles prohibited Exportation until the 14th June, i8<X*» 

Cannon, Mufkets, Piftols, Bayonets, Swords, Cutlaf- 
£s, Mufket-ball, Lead, Bombs, Grenadoes, Gunpowder* 
— Sulphur and Salt-petre until 14th June, 1801. 

The want of certificates of diftilled fpirits, wines or 
tea?, fubjects fuch articles to feiznre, and fifty dollars 
fine, if fuch certificates are not delivered to the purchar 
fer ; and if any cafk, cheft, vefTel or cafe, containing 
fuch articles, mall be found in the poffeffion of any per- 
fon, without being marked and not being accompanied 
with a certificate, the fame is liable to feizure. 

On the fale of any cafk, &rc. which has been marked, 
the marks to be defaced ia prefence of feme officer af 



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infpection or cuftom ; and the certificate of the feme to 
be delivered up, under penalty of one hundred dollars 
with colts of fui t. 

Goods from foreign ports, not to be unladen but be- 
tween funrife and iuniet, without fpecial licence, under 
a penalty of four hundred dollars on the mailer, and 
every other perfon concerned, difability from holding 
any office under Ihe government of the United States 
for feven years, and being advertifed in the news pa- 
I pers, with forfeiture of the goods ; and if above lour 
burcdred dollars, value of veffel and apparel. 

Goods removed before guaged, and weighed, and if 
wines, Spirits or teas, before being marked, without 
permiilion, are forfeited.- 

Perfons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to two thoufand dollars. Infpectors and officers 
of revenue cutters, may go on board, examine and 
fearch vellels, have free accefs to the cabin, and feal 
packages; and after funfet fecure hatches &rc. — Per- 
fons in charge of veiTels, for breaking faftnings, but in 
prefence of an officer, forfeit two hundred dollars. 

Officers may feize within or without their diftri&s ; 
perfons refilling or impeding them, forfeit four hundred 
dollars. 

The mafter or commander of any veffel, that fhall 
olftruct. or hinder (or be the caufe thereof) any officer 
of the revenue, in going on board his fhip or velTel, for 
the purpofe of carrying into effect any of the revenue 
laws of the United States, forfeits from fifty to five 
hundred dollars. 

Regifter AS:. Every owner of a veiTel, refiding with- 
in the limits of the United States, to fwear to the regif- 
ter within ninety days after its being granted, 01 it be- 
comes void, and the veflel and cargo pays foreign toju- 
aage and duty. 

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CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

tor 1800. 

Executive &? Legiflative Departments. Lf» 

pi 
His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Efq. Governor. 
Hon. John Treadwell, Efq. Lieut. Gov. 

ASSISTANTS. 



William Williams, Efq. 
Jofeph P. Cook, Efq. 
William Hillhoufe, Efq. 
Roger Newbury, Efq. 
Hcman Swift, Efq. 
Thomas Grofvenor, Efq. 



Thomas Seymour, Efq. 
Aaron Auftin, Efq. 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, Efq* 
David Daggot, Efq. 
Nathaniel Smith, Efq. 
Zephaniah Swift, Efq. 



Andrew Kingfbury, Efq. Treafurer. 

John Porter, Efq. Comptroller of Public Accounts. 

Samuel Wyllys, Efq. Secretary. 

Roll of the Houfe of Reprefentatives^ 

For May and October feflions i799« 

May Sejfion. 

HARTFORD, Wm. Mafely, N. H. Whiting. 
Berlin, Selah Hart, Amos Hosford. 
BrHtol, Abraham Pettibone. 
Eaft Hartford, Shubael Grifwold, Elifha Pitkin. 
Kait-Wiudfor, Caleb Booth, Daniel Rockwell. 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry. i 
Farmington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Giaicenbury, Zephaniah H. Smith, John Hale. 
'Granby, Pliny Hillyer, Chauncey Pettibone. 
Hartland, Uriel Holmes, Ifrael Williams. 
Simftmry, Amaziah Humphrey, Jon. Pettibone, 
Southinston, Timothy Clark, Samuel Hart. 



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iffield, Gideon Grange r,jun. Oliver Granger, 
ethersfield, Ezekiel P. Belden, S. W. William** 
indfor, Hezekiah Biffel, Oliver Mather. 
ew- Haven, EKzur Goodrich, Ifaac Beers, 
•anford, Benjamin Maltby, Benjamin Page, 
lefhire, Andrew Hull, Rufus Hitchcoek. 
;rby, jofeph Riggs. 
iirham, Elnathan Camp, Dan Parade. 
aft-Haven, Enos Hemmingway. 
ullford, Auguftus Collins, Samuel Lee. 
amden, John Hubbard. 
:ilford, Stephen Gunn, Benjamin Bull, 
orth Haven, Jolhua Barns, 
xtord, Thomas Clark. 

allingfbrd, Oliver Stanley, Samuel Hall, 2d. 
aterbury, Richard Welt on, Ethel Bronfon. 
oodbridge, Samuel Ofborn, Medad Hotchkifs, 
olcott, Mark Harrifon. 

ew London, Marvin Wait, George Williams, 
oxrah, Afa Woodworth, 
oichefler, Jofeph Imam, John R. Watrous. 
ranklin, Nathan Lord, 
roton, Simeon Smith, Ifaac Avery, 
ifbon, John Kinfman. 
yme, Matthew Gnfwold, David F. Sill, 
[ontville, Jolhua Raymond, 
orwich, Elifha Hyde, John Turner, 
refton, Elias Brown, Alexander Steward. 
:onington, Latham Hull, Elifha Dennifon. 
airfield, Lewis B. Sturges, David Burr. 
rookneld, Daniel B. Cook, 
anbury, Elifha Whittlefey, Thomas P. White, 
reenwich, Elkanah Meac, Elii'ha Belcher, 
untington, Agur judfon, Henry Curtifs. 
ew- Fairfield, Jofeph Brace, James Potter, 
ewtown, Gideon Botsford, David Baldwin. 
iorwilk, Matthew Marvin, Ilaac Richards, 
.eading, Simeon Munge r, Stephen Juckfon, 



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Ridgefleld, Jofh.ua King, Nathan Dauchy. 

Stamford, Ifaiah Tiffany, Ifaac Lockwood. 

Stratford, Rofwell Judfon, Jofeph Walker. 

Trumbull, Stephen Beardilee. 

Wefton, Samuel Wakeman. 

Windham, Timothy Larrabee, Jabez Clark* 

Alhford, Jofias Boyle s, William Walker. 

Brooklyne, John Parifh. 

Canterbury, Daniel Froft, Nathan Adams. 

Hampton, William Huntington. 

Killiugly, Sampfon Howe, Luther Warren. 

Lebanon, James Mafon, Solomon Williams. 

Mansfield, Conft. Southworth, Frederick Freeman. 

Plainfield, Calvin Goddard, Anthony Bradford. 

Pomfret, Ebenezer Kingfbury, Thomas Grofvenor, : 

Sterling, Archibald Gordon. 

Thompfon, Jonathan Nicoll. 

Voluntown, Allen Campbell. 

Woodftock, Ebenezer Smith, John McClellan. 

Litchfeeld, Ephraim Kirby, Mofes Seymour. 

Barkhempfted, Ifrael Jones, Pelatiah Alien. 

Bethlem, David Leavitt, jun. 

Canaan, Jonathan Burrall, Nathaniel Stevens, 

Colebrook, Elijah Rockwell, Samuel Mills. 

Cornwall, John Sedgwick, Ifaac Swift. 

Gomen, Adino Hale, Birdfey Norton. 

Harwinton, Daniei-Catlin, James Brace. 

Kent, Jofeph Pratt. 

New Hartford, Setb Spencer, John Henderfon. 

New-Milford, Elikia Boitwick, Philo Ruggles. 

Norfolk, Giles Pettibone, Eleazer Holt. 

Plymouth, Daniel Potter. 

Roxbury, Abraham Bronfon. 

Salisbury, Jofliua Porter, Jofeph Canfleld, jun. 

Sharon, JoUn C. Smith, Abel Patchen. 

Southbury, Joel Amman. 

Torrington, Eliilia Smith, Jabez Gilkt. 

Warren, Judah Eldr*d, 



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falhingten, Daniel N. Brinfmade, W. Cogfwett, 
ptertown, Samuel W. Southmayd. 
Jknchefter, Seth Wetmore, Horace Higley. 
j^oodbury, G. H. Cunningham, Reuben Mitcbel. 
iddletown, Ebenezer Bacon, Elijah Hubbard. 
Ihatham, Hez. Goodrich, Chauncey Bulkley. 
aft-Haddam, Jona. O. Mofely, Eliph. Holmes, 
jaddam, Daniel Brainard, Smith Clark, 
iillingworth, Nathan Wik:ox, Abner Graves, 
jiybrook, William Hart, Samuel Williams. 
I'olland, Daniel Edgerton, Jonathan Barns, 
iolton, Jared Cone, jun. John Walker, jun. 
pventry, Nathan Hosvard, Daniel White, 
llington Ifaac Wells, 
febron, Sylvefter Gilbert, Elijah Houfe. 
l3tners, Simon Fobes, jun. Jofeph Collins. 
:afford, Lyman Lyon, Samuel Fuller, 
nion, Samuel Crawford, Robert Paul, jun. 
Ellington, Elilha Johnfon, Ruius Fifk. 

Oftober SeJ/ion. 

HARTFORD, John Caldwell, Thomas Y, Seymour* 
Berlin, AmosHosford, Gad Stanley, 
riftol, Zebulon Peck, David Marks-, 
aft- Hartford, Elilha Pitkin, Richard Pitkin. 
aft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Daniel Rockwell, 
nfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry, 
armington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Uaftenbury, John Hale, Samuel Wells, jun. 
jlranby, Pliny Hillyer, Chauncey Pettibone. 
lartland, Uriel Plolmes, Ifrael Williams, 
outhington, Timothy Clark, Samuel Hart, 
uffield, Gideon Granger, jun. Oliver Granger, 
imlbury, George Humphry, Noah A. Phelps, 
/ethersfield, Ezekiel P. Belden, S. W. Williams. 
Vindfor, Alexander Wolcott, Daniel Talcott. 
tesw-HxYfiN, Elizur Goodrich, chofen Clerk. 
Ifaac Mills. 



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Branfbrd, Timothy Hoadley, William Gould, 

Chefhire, Andrew Hull, Rufus Hitchcock. 

Derby, RufTel Tomlinfon. 

Eaft-Haven, Enos Hemingway. 

Guilford, Auguftus Collins, Samuel Lee. 

Hamden, Simeon Briftol. 

Milford, Charles Pond, Abraham V. Dewitt. 

North-Haven, Joieph Bracket. 

Oxford, John Kiggs. 

Wallingsford, Samuel Hall, 2d. Dan Collins. 

Waterbury, Richard Wei ton, Ethel Bronfon. 

Woodbridge, Samuel Ofborn, Medad Hotchkifs. 

Wolcott, Charles Upfon. 

New London, Elias Perkins, chofen Speaker. 

George Williams. 
Norwich, Elifha Hyde, Jonathan Frifbie. 
Bozrah, Afa Wooclworth. 
Colchefter, Jofeph Ifham, John R. Watrous. 
Franklin, Natiutn Lord. 
Groton, Simeon Smith, Ifaac Avery. 
Lilbon, Luther Manning. 
Lyme, Mofes Warren, David M. Jewitfc. 
Mojitville, Jolhua Raymond. 
Pre (Ion, Elias Brown, Nathaniel Lord. 
Stonington, Stephen Avery 2d. 'lias S. Palmer* 
Fairfield, Elijah Abel, David y*urr. 
Danbury, Thomas P. White, i:iima Whittlefey. 
Brookfield, Daniel B. Cook. 
Greenwich, Elkanah Me?.!, Will'am Knapp. 
Huntington, Ebenezer B .ich, Agurjudlbn. 
New-Fairfield, Stephei. Barns, J: mes Brace. 
Newtown, David Baldwin, Zacharb.h Ferris. 
Norwalk, Matthew Marvin, Ifaac Richards. 
Reading, Simeon Mongei, Stephen Jaekfun. 
Ridgefield, Jomua King, Nathaniel Dauchy. 
Stamford, Ifaac Lockwood, Nathan Weed, jr. 
Stratford, Abijah Sterling, John Thompfoa. 
Trumbull, James Beardfley. 



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efton, Samuel B. Sherwood, Samuel Wakeimuc.' 

INDHAM, Timothy Larribe, Jabez Clark. 

|hford, William Walker, Jabez Webb. 

looklyn, Ebenefcer Scarborough. 

nterbury, Benjamin Bacon, John Barftow. 

impton, William Huntington. 

Uingly, Jofeph Adams, Luther Warren. 

jibanon, James Mafon, Rlkanah Tifdale, 

ansfield, Conftant Southworth, Frederick Freeman. 

mi ret, Ebenezer Kingfbury, Thomas Grofvenor, 2d. 

ainfield, Jofhua Dunlap, William Dixon. 

hompfon, Simon Davis. 

biuntown, Mofes.Robbins. 

|erling, Noah Cole. 

joodftock, Ebenezer Smith, John M'^lellan. 

TCH field, Ephraim Kirby, John Welih. 

rthlem, David Leavett, jr. 

irkhempfted, Ifrael Jones, Felatiah Allen. 

inaan, Samuel Forbes, Klizur Wright. 

irmvall, Samuel Wadfworth, fudah Kellogg. 

I)lehrook, Samuel Mills, Reuben Rockwell. 

pfhen, Aciino Hale, Samuel Hopkins. 

anvinton, Daniel Catlin, James Brace. 

SKl, David Comftock. 

^w-Harttord, Seth Spencer, John Henderfon. 

jew Milford, Elifha Boftwick, Abner Gunn. 

prfolk, Nathaniel Stephens, Eieazer Hoit. 

ymoutb, Daniel Potter. 

oxbur?, Elifha C^niiekl, 

lifbury, Jofhua Porter, Jofeph Carrfield. 

iaron ? John C. Smith, chofen Clerk, 

'Ifaac Pardy. 
nrthbury, Warren Mitchell, 
orrington, Elifha Smith, Nathaniel Auftin. 
r arren, Ebenezer Tanner. 

teftiington, Daniel N. Brinfrnade, Elijah Hazea. 
"ate r town, Thomas Fenn. 
r'inchsfter, Seth Wetmore, Samuel Hurjbat. 



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Woodbury, Gar. H. Cunningham, R» Mitchel. 
Middletown. Elijah Hubbard, John Pratt. 
Haddam, Daniel Brainerd, Smith Clark. 
Chatham, Seth Overton, Steven Griffith. 
Durham, Dan Parmele, Bridgman Garnfey. 
Eaft-Haddam, Eliph. Holmes, Jona. O. Mofeley. 
Killingworth, Nathan Wilcox, Abner Graves. 
Saybrook, William Tully, Jonathan Lay. 
Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Daniel Edgerton* 
Bolton, Jared Cone, jun. John Walker, jun. 
Coventry, John Hale, Eleazer Pomroy. 
Ellington, Jofeph Abbot. 
Hebron, Samuel Gilbert, Joel Jones. 
Somers, Jofeph Collins, Eber Robinfon. 
Stafford, Nathaniel Hyde, Nathan Jehnfon. 
Union, Samuel Crawford, Abijah SefTions. 
Willington, Samuel Dunton, Elifha Johnfon. 

Judicial and Civil Departments. 
JUDGES of the SUPERIOR COURT, 

Hon. JefTe Root, Efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Jona. Sturges, efq. j Hon. Ste. M. Mitchel, I 
Hon. Jona. Ingerfoll, efq. | Hon. Tapping Reeve, i 

George Pitkin, efq. (of Eaft- Hartford,) 
Clerk, Hartford County. 

COUNTY of HARTFORD. 

COUNTY COURT- 
Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Roger Newbury, efq. j Pliny Hillyer, efq. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. | Eliphalet Terry, efq. 

Thomas Cheflcr, efq. Treafurer and Clerk. 
JUSTICES of the PEACE. 
Hartford. I Ralph P«mroy, 

Samuel Wyllys, j William Mofeley, 



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fohn Trumbull, 
Nathan H. Whiting, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Jonathan Brace, 

Rathaniel Terry, 
llliam Imlay, 
jEnoch Perkins, 
Ephraim Root, 
Andrew Kingfbury, 
Nathan Perkins,~jr. efq'rs. 

Berlin. Selah Hart, 
Dad Stanley, 
James North, 
Solomon Dunham, 
Amos Hosford, efq'rs. 

BriftoL 
[Abraham Pettibone, 
iSimeon Hart, jun. 
Zebulon Peck, jun. 
Enos Ives, efq'rs. 

Eaft. Hartford. 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Welles, 
Elifha Pitkin, 
Aftibel Pitkin, 
Samuel Flag, 
George Grifwold, efq'rs. 

Enfield. 
John Reynolds, efq* 
Eaft- Wind for. 
RofwellGrant, 
Caleb Booth, 
Daniel Rockwell, efq'rs. 

Farmington. 
Ichabod Norton, 
William Judd, 
Noadiah Hooker, 



John Mix, 
Timo. Pitkin, jun. 
Roger Hooker, efq'rs. 

Glafienbury. 
Philip Selew, 
Jofiah Hale, 
Elifha Hale, 

Zeph. H. Smith, efq'rs, 
Granby. Afael Holcomh, 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Judah Holcomb, jun. 
Andrew Hillyer, 
Hez'h Holcomb, 
Reuben HumphreySjefq'rs. 

Hart/and. 
Elizur Enfign, 
Uriel Holmes, efq'rs. 

Sufiield. 
Thaddeus Leavett, 
Amos Granger, 
Afael Hathaway, 
Samuel Hale, cfq'rs. - 

Southingtot/. 
John Curtis, 
Tim. Clark, efq'rs, 

Sffnskury. 
Daniel Humphreys, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Reuben Humphreys, 
Noah A. Phelps, 
Ezra Adams, 
Geo. Humphreys, efq'rs. 

Wcthersfield. 
Charles Churchill, 
Samuel \V. Williams, 
fofeph Bulkley, 
John Williams, 
Jofliua Beldenj jr. 



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Ezek. P. BeWeu, Oliver Mather, 

John Chefter, efq'rs. Hezekiah BifTell, 

Windfor. Abiel Grifwold, 

Henry Alien, Jofiah BjfleJJ, efq'rs, 
Solomon Grifwold, 

Thomas Y. Seymour, efq. fiate attorney. 
Practising Attornies. < 



Hartford. 
Cbauncy Goodrich, 
William Mofeley, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Kphraim Root, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Theodore Dwight, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Brown, 
Jona. W. Edwards, 
Allen Mather, 
Vffl. D. How, efq'rs. 

Berlin. 
Elnatkan Smith, efq. 

Enfield. ■ 
William Kibbee, efq. 

Farmington. 
William Judd, 
Timo. Pitkin, jun. efq'rs. 



Glaflenbury. 
Zephaniah H. Smith, efq* 

Sims bur j. 
William Willifion, 
Timothy Dutton, efq'rs. 



Southington. 
Roger Whittlefey, efq, 

Suffield. 
Gideon Granger, jun. 
Hezekiah Huntington, 
William Gay, efqr's. 
Wethersfieid. 
John Williams, efq. 

Windfitr. 
Hezekiah BifTell, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
1 Sargent, efq'rs. 

Eafi-Windfor. 
David BifTell, jun. efq. 
Stephen Chefler, efq. Wethers field, fheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. John Dodd, Simon C]ark, Romantha 
^Norton, Hertford. Appleton Robbins, Wethersfieid. Na- 
than Marrow, E.fi-Hartford. Nathaniel Chandler, En- 
field. Thomas Norton, Farmington. Oliver Hanchett, 
Jtojfiel1 t Ocivid Phelps, Shftjbary. William RuffclJ, Sf: 
nicon Grifwold, George Wolcott, Windfor. 

Epiiraim Robbins, Hartford, Qozhv- 



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COUNTY of NEW-HAVEN. 

COVNTY COURT- 

Samuel Biihop, efq Chief fudge. 

Jofaph Hopkins, efq. I Simeon Briflol, efq. 

Gideon Buckingham, efq. | Nathaniel Rolfeter, efa. 

Abraham fciftop, efq. Treafurer and Clerk, and 

Clerk of the Superior Court. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



New-Haven, 
Samuel Biihop, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Dagget, 
Jofeph Darling, 
jofeph Bradley, 
Dyer White, 
Nehemiah Smith, 
Eiiznr Goodrich, 
•Simeon Baldwin, 
Thomas Painter, efq'rs. 

Branfcrd. 
Edward Ruffe], 
Jonah Clark, 
Orchard Gould. 
William Gould, 
Benjamin Page, 
James Barker, efq'rs. 

Chejbire. 
Samuel Beech, 
Andrew Hull, 
Jared Burr^ efq'rs. 

Derby. 
Eliphalet Hotchkifs, 
John Humphreys, 
Levi Tomlinfon, 
Ruffel Tomlinfon, efq'rs. 



E'tfl- Haven. 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Enos Hemingway, efq'rs. 

Hamdtu. 
Bazil Munfon, 
John Hubbard, efq'rs. 

Guilford. 
Auguftus Collins, 
Thcmas Burgifs, jun. 
Elias Graves, 
William Starr, 
Miles Mnnger, 
Jonathan Todd, 
Henry Hill, 

Abraham Chittenden, jun, 
N athan C hid fe y , e fq' r s . 

Mtiford. 
Lewis Mallett, 
Stephen Gunn, 
Ab'mV.H. Dewitt, efq'rs. 

North-Haven. 
Jofeph Pierpont, 
Samuel Mix, efq'rs. 

; Oxford. 
John Rigg, 
David Tomlinfon, 
Thomas Clark, efq'rs. 

Wailhigfoni. 
j Olive* Stanley, 



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Caleb Cook, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Eliakim Hall, 
John M'Cleave, 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Vfaterbury 
John Welton, 
Phineas Porter, 
John Lewis, jun« 
Ethel Brunfon, 



efq'rs. 



John King&ury, 
Jared Byington, efq'rs* 

Woodbridge. 
David French, 
Thomas Darling, 
Samuel Ofborn, efq'rSo 

Wolcott. 
Mark Harriibn, 
Charles Upfon, efq'rs. 



* Pierpont Edwards^ efq. fiate attorney. 

Practising Attornies. 
Nnvj-VLavev. \ Starks Edwards, 



James Ksllhoufe, 
William Hilihoufe, 
Eflizar Goodrich, 
David Daggett, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Dyer White, 
IfaacMiJIs, 
Nathan Smj.eh, 
John Goodrich, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Levi Ives, Jan. 
IfaacM. Wales, 
FJihu Munfon, 
Stephen Twining, 
George Todd, 
Scth P. Staples, 



Jonathan Atwater, efq'rs. 

Branford. 
1 Joel T. Benedict, efq. 

Cbcfhire. 
B. Beech, efq. 
Derby JeiTe Beech. efq» 

Milford. 
Abraham V. K. Dewitr, 
David B. IngeWbll, efq'rs. 

Wallingford. 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Jefle Atwater, efq'rs. 

Water bur j. 
John Kingibury, efq. 

Woleott. 
Cyrus Clark, efq. 



Jehu Brainerd, efq. fieri ff. 
Dtpufj Sherifs. John R. Throop, Hezekiah Clark, 
Neiv -Haven. Selden Spencer, Chcjkire. Ambrofe Cook> 
Walling ford. Benjamin Upfon, Water bury, 
Jofeph Peck| Nevi'liaven 7 Goaler. 



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COUNTY of NEW-LONDON. 

COVNTY COURT. 
Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. Chief Juc'ge. 
William Noyes, efq. I Benjamin Coit, efq. 

Charles Phelps, efq. | Elias Perkins, eiq. 

William Noyes, efq. Treafurer. 
Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. Clerk, and Clerk Sup. Court. 



JUSTICES of 
Marvin Wait, 
Grifwold Avery, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
{George Williams, 
Jonathan Starr, 
Guy Richards, 
Samuel V* heat, 
George Colfax, efq'rs. 

Noruuich. 
Cbriftopher Leffingwell, 
Rufus Lath r op, 
Jonathan Huntington, 
Andrew Tracy, 
Benjamin Huntington,jun 
Andrew Huntington, 
Elifna Hyde, 
Afa Spalding, 
Andrew Perkins, 
Zabdiel Rogers, 
Thomas Fanning, efq'rs. 

Bozrah. 
Nehemiah Waterman, jun. 
Benjamin Throop, 
Afa •'. oodworth, efq'rs. 

Colcbejier. 
John Watrons, 
Henry Champion, 
Eliphujet, Bulkley, 

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the PEACE. 

Jofeph Iiham, 

Ebenezer Lathrop, 

Joel Foot, 

John Ifham, 2d. 

john R. Watrous, efq'rs* 
Franklin. 

John Kinfmam 

Silas Hai tfhorne, cfq'rs* 
Groton. 

Ebenezer Ledyard, 

Amos Geer, 

Thomas Avery, 

Stephen Billings, 

^tarr Chtfler, 

Jofeph Allyn, 

Ebenezer Avery, 2d. 

Ifaac Avery, efq'rs* 

his ben. 
Ezra Bifhop, 
Levi Perkins, jr. 
Lyme, 
Ezra Selden, 
Andrew Grifwtld, 
Seth Ely, 

Matthew Grifwold. 
David F. Sill, 
Mofes Warren, jr. efc/ r £' 



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Montville* 
John G. Hillhoufe, 
jofliua Raymond, efq'rs. 

Prejlon. 
Samuel Mott, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Elias Brown, 
Daniel Morgan, jua. 
Nathaniel Lord, 
Oliver Crary, 
Ifaac Avery, 

Afa Spalding, 



Alexander Stewart, efq'n 

Stoningttn , 
Nathaniel Miner, 
jofhua Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
Latham Hull, 
Stephen Avery, 2d* 
Coddington Billings, 
Samuel Prentice, 
Stephen Hall, efq'rs. 



efq. ft ate attorney. 



Practising 

New- London* 
Marvin Wait, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Lyman Law, 
Jacob B. Gurley, 
William P. Cleveland, 
Jirah Imam, 
Elijah Hubbard, efq'rs. 

Norwich 
Klifha Hyde, 
Jonathan Friibie, 
Samuel Huntington, 
William S. Hart, 
james Lanman, 
Luther Spalding, efq'rs. 

Cokhsfter. 
William Tow nfend, 

Jcihua Huntington, efq. Norwich, foertf. 

Deputy fits riffs. William Richards, New-London. Be- 
3a Peck,' Norwich. Solomon Scovel, Cokbefter. Oliver 
,PecV, Lymi* William Williams, jun. Stouington. 

QQdk'rs. Archibald Robinfon, New-Lo-ndoiu 
Seth Miner, Norwich* 



Attornies. 
Benjamin Trumbull, 
Samuel A. Peters, efq'rs* 

Groton. 
Elifha Williams. 
Lyme. 
Matthew Grifwold, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Richard M'Curdy, 
David M. jewett, efq'n. 

Prefton. 
jeremiah Hal fey, 
Nathan Peters, efq'rs* 

Stoningten. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Thomas Butler, 
Coddington Billings^fq'rV 



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COUNTY of FAIRFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. Jofeph P. Cook, efq. Chief Judge. 
Lemuel Sanford, efq. | Samuel \V. Johnfon, efq. 

P. B. Bradley, efq. | Eliiha Whittlefey, efq. 

Hon. Jonathan Sturges, efq. Treafurer. 
David Burr, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court* 
JUSTICES of the PEACE. 
Agur Judfon, 
Diodate Silliman, 
Ebenezer Beach, 
Legrand M. Lewis. 
Othniel Deforeft, efq'rs. 

Nor walk. 
Eliphalet Lockwood, 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Job Bartram, 
Jofeph Silliman, 
Matthew Mead> 
Matthew Marvin, 
Taylor Sherman, efq'rs* 

New- Fairfield. 
James Potter, 
Nehemiah Beardfley, 
Stephen Barns, 
Amos Brulh, efq'rs, 

Newtown. 
William Edmond, 
David Baldwin, 
David Beers, 
John Sanford, efq'rs, 

Heading. 
Andrew L. Hill, 
James Rogers, 
William Heron, 
Seth S» Syiith ? efq'rs; 



Fairfield. 
Andrew Rowland, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Walter Bradley, 
Ebenezer Jeflup, 
Jofeph Strong, 
Jofeph Noyes, 
David Allen, 
David Judah, efq'rs. 

D anbury. 
Eli Mygatt, 
Thomas Taylor, 
Thomas Taylor, jun. 
Timothy Taylor, 
James Clark, efq'rs. 

"Brookfield. 
Amos Wheeler, 
Henry Peck, 
Daniel B. Cook, efq'rs. 

Greenwich. 
Amos Mead, 
Jabez Fitch, 
John M'Kay, 
Benjamin Mead, 
Ebenezer Mead, efq'rs. 

Huntington* 
Eliiha Mills, 



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John Benedict, 
Daniel Coo'ey, 
Jofhua King, 
William Forrefter 
Nathan Dauchy, e 

Stamford, 
John Davenport, j 
Reuben Scofield, 
David Maltbie, 
Samuel Webb, 
Eben. Davenport, 

Stratford. 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah M'Euen, 
Andrew 



fq'rs. 



efo/rs. 



Jabez H. Tomlinfon. 
Daniel judfon, 
Abijah Starling, 
Philip Nicols, 
jofeph Backus, efq'rs. 

Trumbull. 
Daniel Brinfm&de. 
Stephen Bearciiiey, 
Daniel Fairchild, 
We ft on. 
John Sherwood, 
Samuel B. Sherwood. 
Nathan Wheeler, 
jeremiah Rowland, efq'rs. 



Rowland, efq. ftatc attorney 



Practising 

Fairfield. 
David Burr, jun. 
jofeph Noyes, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Samuel Rowland, efq'rs. 

iJanl'ury, 
Elima VVhittlelly, 
Epaph. Bull, 
Mat. B. Whittlefey, efq'rs. 

Greenwich. 
Timothy WnlkvT, efq. 

Ihn.tington 
David All^n, 
.. Dudlev^efq'rs- 

N'evBtoipto. 
William Edmund, 
Suniutl Li;, ck* an, 
Ala Chapmen i fn 

3 h Al^eJ 
Deputy JIkv ft j fltf £ 



Attorn jes. 

INor walk. 
Taylor Sherman, 
I Roger M. Sherman, efq' 
Readier, 
\ Seth S. SmltN, efq. 
| Stamjerd. 

J John Daver, rt. jun. 
I james Stephens, 
Simon Miner, efq'rs. 

Stratford. 
'of:ph "\ alker, 
Roiwcll Judfon, 
Robert " air child, 
j«>r b Isackus, • fq'rs. 

Weft*. 
SamuelB. htrwood. 
Benj ttafly ad.efq'rs. 






efq. Jh:rif. 
nedicr, Fairfield* 



Samutl 



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Wildman, jun. Dmbnry. — — , Hetvtoivn. MaC* 
thcw Read, Korivalk. Aaron Morehoufe, Reading. Ste- 
phen Bifhop, Stamford. 

Goalcrs. JefTe Benedict, Fairfield. Frederick J. Whi- 
ting, Danbury. 

COUNTY of WINDHAM. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. William Williams, efq. Chief judge. 
Ebenezer Devotion, efq. I Hon. Tho. Grofvenor, efij. 
Conftant Southworth, efq. | James Gordon, efq. 

James Gordon, eiq^Treafurer. 

Samuel Grey, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court, 

JUSTICES of the PEACE 






Windham, 
Hezekiah Manning, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Timothy Larabee, 
Samuel Gray, 
Jabez Clark, efq'rs. 
Samuel Perkins, 



Abel Simmons, jun. 
John Palmer, 
William Walker, 
Jofias Byles, efq'rs. 

Brooklyn. 
Jofeph Baker, 
John Pariih, 
jofeph Scarborough, 
James Eldredge, efq'rs. 

Canterbury, 
iSherebiah Butts, 
[Daniel Froft, 
JMofes Cleveland, 
Luther Paine, 



Alexander Gordon, 
Afa, Bacon, efq'rs* 

Hampton. 
Ebenezer Mofely, 
Philip Pearl, 
William Bennet, efq'rS, 

Killing!] . 
Sampfon Howe, 
Eleazer MofFet, 
James Danielfon, 
Ezra Hutchins, efq'p£ 

Lebanon* 
John Clark, 
James Pineo, 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
Solomon Williams, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Daniel Tilden, efq'r^J 

Minsfield. 
Experience Storrs, 
Frederick Freeman^ 
J^fle Williams, 



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Peleg Thomas, 
John Salter, efq'rst 

Plainfield. 
William Dixon, 
John Douglafs, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Ephraim Wheeler, efq'rs. 

Pomfret . 
Lemuel Ingals,' 
Lemuel Grofvenor, 
Silvanus Backus, 
Eben. Kin gib wry, efq'rs. 

Sterling. 
John Gallon, 



John Wylie, efqVa, 

Tbompfon. 
Jafon Phips, 
Thomas Dykes, 
Thaddeus Learned, 
Noadiah Ruffell, efq'rs. 

Vcluntoun. 
Allen Cambell, 
Jofeplj Wylie, efq'rs. 

Woodftock. 
Jedediah Morfe, 
John M'Clellnn, 
Nehemiah Child, 
John Fox, 
Ebenezer Smith, efq'rs. - 



Timothy Larrabee, efq. ft ate attorney* 
PRACTISING Attornies. 



Rufus Adams, efq'rs. 
hebamn. Wm. Williams, j 

Plain fie Id. 
William Dixon, 
Calvin Goddard, efq'rst 

Pomfret. 
Sylvanus Bacchus, efq. 

Wtodjioch. 
JohnM'Clellan, 
Philip Hayward, efq'rs. 

Shubael Abbee, Windham, fherif. 

Deputy Sberifs. Henry Webb, Windham, jofeph Bun 
ham, Afifora. Walter Hough, Canterbury. Eleaz< 
Conant Mansfield. Phineas Pierce, Plainfield. jaxm 
M'CJcllan, tffydfttck. 

Frederick Larabee, Windham, goaler. 



Windham. 
Jabez Clark, 
Zephaniah Swift. 
Samuel Perkins, efq'rs. 

Afbford. 
William Perkins, 
Hendricus Dow, 
David Bolles, efq'rs. 

Brooklyn* 
John Parifh, efq. 

Canterbury* 
Eliiha Paine, 



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COUNTY op LITCHFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 
. Jofhua Porter, efq. Chief judge. 
Ton. Heman Swift, efq. I Nathan Hale, efq. 
ion. Aaron Auftin, efq. | David Smith, efq. 

Reuben Smith, efq. Treafurer. 
rederick Wolcott, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 



JUSTICES of 

Litchfield. 
ames Morris, 
Jriah Tracy, 
ohn Allen, 
flofes Seymour, 
ulius Demiag, 
/[ark Prindle, 
rederick Wolcott, 
Barkbempftead. 
ofeph Wilder, 
frael Jones, jun. 
amuel Hayden, efq'rs. 

Bethlehem. 
)avid Ambler, 
)avid Bellamy, efq'rs. 

Canaan. 
'harles Burrall, 
amuel Forbes, 
onathan Burrall, 
llizur Wright, efq'rs. 

Co Ub rook. 
Llijah Rockwell, 
amutt-1 Mills, efq'rs. 

Corjiivall. 

Iohn V ierce, 
udah Kellogg, 
Jdwar^l Rogers, efq'rs. 



the PEACE. 

Gofiien. 
Afaph Hall, 
Adino Hale, 
Samuel Hopkins, efq'rs. 

tiarivinton. 
Daniel Catlin, 
James Brace, efq'rs. 
Kent. Barzillai Sloflbn, 
Julius Caftle, efq'rs. 

Neiv- Hartford. 
Seth Spencer, 
Ab'm Kellogg, jr. efq'rs. 

Nezu-Milford. 
Daniel Everitt, 
Jofiah Starr, 
Reuben Warner, jr. 
Philo Ruggles, 
Elifha Boftwick, 
Abijah Treat, efq'rs. 

Norfolk. 
Giles Pettibone, 
Nathaniel -Stephens, 
Eleazer Holt, efq'rs. 

Vh month. ■ 
Daniel Potter, q\o^ 
Roxbury / 
Curtis HurU, 



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Fhinehas Smith, efq'rs. 

Sharon, 
David Downes, 
lfaac Pardee, 
Auguftus Taylor, efq'rs. 

South bury* 
Juftus Johnfon, 
Beajamin Stiles, jr. 
Shadrack O{born, 
Simeon Hinman, efq'rs. 

Salisbury. 
Lot Norton, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Samuel Lee, 
John Whittlefey, efq'rs. 

Torrington. 
Epaphras Shelden, 
Shubael Grifwold, 
Elifha Smith, 

Hon. Uriah Tracy, 



William Battle, efq'r& 

Wafhington. 
Daniel N. Brinfmade, 
David Whittlefey, 
David Judfon, 
William Cogfwell, efq'rs 

Wtnchefter. 
Elipbaz Alvord, 
Samuel Hurlbut, efq'rs* 

Warren, 
Juftus Sacket, 
Nathaniel Swift, 
John Talmadge, efq'rs* 

Watertown. 
Thomas Fenn, 
Eli Curtifs, efq'rs. 
Woodbury. 
Hezekiah Thompfon, 
Nathan Prefton, efq'r*. 
efq. ft ate attorney. 



Practising 
Litchfield. 
Ifaac Baldwin, jun. 
Uriel Holmes, 
Daniel W. Lewis, 
James Gould, 
Aaion Smith, 
Roger Skinner, 
David Parmele, 
Elijah Adams, 
John Allen, 
Mofes Chafe, efq'rs, 

Cancan. 
Thomas Wilcox, 
John Elmer, efq'rs. 



Attornies. 

Kent. 
Barzillai Siawfon, efq, 

Norfolk. 
Edmond Akins, 
Aguft. Pettibone^fq'rs* 

Nev>- Hartford. 
Calvin Peafe, efq. 

Ne-tv-Milford. 
Daniel Everitt, 
David S. Boreman, 
Philo Iluggles, efq'rs. 

Plymouth* 
Linus Fenn, efquire. 

Rcxhury. 
i Samnils Blakeley, efej. 



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South hn ry. 
Senjamin Stiles, jun. 
iimeon Hinman, efq'rs. 

Sharon. 
udfon. Canfield, 
John C Smith, 
}yrus Swan, efq'rs. 

Salisbury. 
lidonijah Strong, 
[efeph Canfield, 2d. 
£lifha Sterling, efq'rs. 



Waterfowi. 
Sam. Southmayd, jun. ef^. 

Wi'fi)ington. 
Daniel N. Brinfinade, 
William Cogfwell, efq'rs. 

Woodbury. 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B. Benedict, 
William Hawley, efq'rs* 

Winchefter. 
Phinehas Miner. 
Roger Mills, efq'rs'. 
Lynde Lord, efq. Jheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. Ozias Lewis, John R. Landow, 
titcbfuld. Amos Clark, Bethlehem. Frederick Phelps, 
Harivi'ugton. Samuel Comftock, }un> New Mi If or d. 
Nathaniel Robbins, Norfolk. Timothy Chittenden, 
Salisbury. 

Reuben Webfler, gealer. 

COUNTY of MIDDLESEX. 

COUNTY COURT. 

John Dickinfon, efq. Chiefjndge. 

Hez?kiah Lane, efq. I Jonathan Lay, efq. 

Jabez Chapman, efq. | Abraham Pie rfon, eftf. 

Jonathan Lay, efq. Treasurer. 

Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq, Clerk. 

John Fife, efq. Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE. 

Middletozvn. I Ifaac Gridley, 

Hon. Afher Miller, | Chauncey Whlitlefey, 

Ifaac Miller, ! Stephen T. Hoimer, 

Elijah Hubbard, | John Dickinfon, 

Samuel \V. Dana, [*£♦ T. Rttifel, efq'rs, 

Amos Chui chill, I 



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Ch ath&m, 
Bryan Parmelee, 
Hezckiah Goodrich, 
Chauncey Bulkley, 
James Bill, 
Daniel Shepherd, jun. 
David White, efq'rs. 

Durham, 
Simeon Parfons, 
Dan Parmele. 

Eaft-Haddam. 
Timothy Gates, 
Ifrael Spencer, 
Ifaac Spencer, Jr. 
Eiiphalet Holmes, 
Jona. O, Mofely, 
Abner Hall, 
Jared Spencer, efq'rsf. 

Haddam. 
Hezekiah Brainerd, 



Nehemiah Brainerd, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainerd, 
Edward Selden, 
Daniel Brainerd, efq'rsf. 

Killing-worth, 
Job Wright, 
Martin Lord, 
William Morgan, 
jofeph Wilcox, 
Bezaleel Briftol, efq'rs. 

Say brook. 
William Hart, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Thomas Silliman, 
Samuel Hart, 
John Bull, 
Samuel Williams, 
Henry Hill, 
Samuel Tully, efq'rs. 






Samuel W. Dana, efq. fate attorney* 



Practisikg Attornies. 



Middletown, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Matthew T. Ruifel, 
Kn'hHuntington,jr. efc/rs 



Eaft-Haddam. 
Jonathan O. Mofely, 
Jared Spencer, efq'rs. 

Killing-w9rih. 
Noah Lefter, efq. 
Enoch Parfons, efq. Jberiff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. William Gelfton, Eaft-Haddam, Wi 
Uam Smith, Haddam, Danforth Clark, Saybrook. Jofn 
White, Chatham. 

Coalers. None at Middletown* William Smith, H* 
4*m. 



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COUNTY of TOLLAND. 

COVNTY COVRT. 

Samuel Gilbert, efq. Chief Judge, 
sremiah Ripley, efq. j Jeremiah Weft, efq. 

euben Sikes, efq. | Jefle Cady, efq. 

phraim Grant, jun. efq. Treafurer and Clerk, and 
Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES of 
Tolland. 
imuel Whittlefey, 
Barns, efq'rs.- 
Bolton. 
imuel Carver, 
habod Warner, 
liver King, efq'rs. 

Coventry. 
phraim Kinglbury, 
enajah Strong, 
)hn Hale, efq'rs. 

E Uington. 
aniel Ellfworth, 
tatthew Hyde, 
2vi Wells, efq'rs. 

Hebron. 
lijah Kellogg, 
lijah Jioufe, 

Sylvefter Gilbert, 



the PEACE. 
Elihu Marvin, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Benjamin Buell, 
Jofeph Parker, 
Joel Jones, efq'rs. 

Somers. 
Thomas Pitkin, 
Simon Fobes, jun. cfq'rs. 

Stafford. 
John Phelps, 
Eleazer W. Phelps efq'rs. 

Union. 
Solomon V/ales, 
Samuel Crawford, efq'rs* 

Willington. 
Samuel Dunton, 
Eliilia Johnfon,efq'rs. 

efq. ft ate attorney* 



Practising Attohnies. 

Hebron. 
Elijah L. Lathrop, 
John T. Peters, efq'rs. 

Stafford. 
Eleazer W. Phelps, e§\» 

Elijah Chapman, jun. efq. fieri f* 



TdUml. 
imuel Whittlefey, 
>nathan Barns, 
liiha Stearns, efa/rs 



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deputy Sheriff. William Cobb, Tolland. George 
Gilbert, Hebron. Zebadiah Butler, Stafford. 

W. Williams, Goalcr. 

Courts of Probate in Conne&icut. 



Diftricls. 

Hartford. 
New-Haven. 

New-London, 

Fairfield. 

Windham. 

Litchfield. 

J/Liddletown. 

Plain field. 

Guilford. 

Woodbury. 

Stamford. 

J} anbury. 



Clerks. 






Judges. • 

Jonathan Bull, efq. Mr. James Wells* 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. Abraham Bifhop, a 
Hon. W. Hiilhoufe, Lyman Law, efq. 
And'w Rowland, efq. Sam'l Romland, e 
Hon. W. Williams, Mr. Tho's V/illian 
Fred. Wolcott, efq. Mr. Roger Shianei 
John Dickinfon, efq.Mr. John Fifk. 
James Gordon, efq. Mr. John Douglafs, 
Edw. Rulfell,efq. Henry Hill, efq. 
Nathan Prefton, efq. Noah B. Benedict, e: 
J -Davenport, jr. efq. Eb'r. Davenport, e 
Hon. J. P. Cook, Mr. J. P. Cook, jr 
Eiift-Haddam. Ifaac Spencer, efq. J^red Spencer, efq 
Norwich, A. Huntington, efq. Mr. J. Huntington 
Hon. T.Grofvenor, Lem'IGrofvenbrje 
Jofhua Potter, efq. Mr. Milton Hawk 
John Phelps, efq. E. W. Phelps, efq'. 
Noah Phelps, efq. Mr. Noah A. Phelp 
Charles Phelps, efq. Mr. John Denifon, 
Hon. J. Treadwell. Mr. Martin Bull. 
Oliver Stanley, efq. Mr. Hun Munfon. 
Hezekiah Lane, efq. Mr. Dan Lane 
Robert Walker, efq. Jofeph Walker, efq 
Eajl'-V/indfor. Eliph. Terry, efq. Mr/william Kibbfi 
Waterhuty. Jofeph Hopkins, efq. Mr. Ed'd Porter, 
Norfolk, Giles Pettiborib, efq. Afael Humphrey, el 

New-Mi Iford. Daniel Everit, efq. Philo Ruggles, efq. 
Ikdrttt* Samwel Gilbert, efq. Geo. Q, Gilbert, ei 



Vomfrct. 
Sharon. 
Stafford- 
Simpury. 
Stonington. 
Jparmingtan. 
Wallingford. 
\Saybrook. 
Stratford. 



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The following gentlemen were nominated by the Votes 
of the Freemen of this State, to ftand for Election 
as Aifiitants or Members of tbe Council in May lboo. 
His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, 
* Honorable John Tread well, 



2513 
3546 

3180 

3°59 
3^99 
3366 

2715 
3562 



illiam Williams, 
ofeph P. Cook, 
lilliam HMhoufe, 

loger Newbury, 

ieman Swift, 
'Thomas Grofvener, 

Thomas Seymour, 
i&aron Auflin, 
n eremiah Wudfworth, 3223 

6 u 

lalvin Goddard, 
Ipizur Goodrich, 
Marvin Wait, 
felins Perkins, 
William Hart, 
Jimeon Baldwin, 
Javid Smith, 
rimothy Pitkin, jr. 
>yl verier Gilbert, 
amuel \V. Johnfon, 
8jj>hraim Kirby, 
lewis B. Sturges, 
Gideon Granger, jr. 
E&aph. Champion, 
Frederick Wolcott, 
Jhadrach Ofborn, 
|ohn Davenport, jr. 
*\fa Spalding 
NfathanHaie, 

Jeremiah G Erainard, 275 
Jonathan Bull, 256 

£behczer Devotion, 254 



David Daggett, 360 T 

Zephaniah Swift, 2419 

Nathaniel Smith, 3407 

John Allen, 3971 

William Mofely, 1783 

Hezekiah Bifiell, 339*4 

Stephen T. Hofmer, 1372 

Benjamin Talmadge, 1 186 



1173 
1 148 
H47 
1131 

iOOO 

909 

876 
850 
765 

473 
458 

•442 

373 
328 
310 

293 
285 

285 

2^4 



John C. Smith, 1181 

t s. 

Elifha Hyde, 249 

Alexander Wolcott, 233 

Theodore Dwight, 215 

Daniel Froft, 209 

Jonathan O. Mofely, 186 

Elifha Whittlefey, 38 L 

Matthew Marvin, 177 

Jabez Clark, 167 

Jonathan Brace, 156 

JofrahMeigs, 151 

Joflma Huntington, 149 

Sam. B- Sherwood, 14S 

Henry Champion, 143 

Roger M. Sherman, 145 

Jabez Fitch, 141 

David Bellamy, 333 

Tofeph Walker, 126 

Elias Brown, 124 

j Timothy Laiabee, 123 

J James Gordon, 1 19 

Nathan Preilon, iig 

Elijah Hubbard, J16 



JP 2 



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NoahB. Benedict, 113 

Mofes Cleveland, 1 13 

David Auftin, Ho 

Dan. N. Brinfmade, 109 



Lemuel Sanford, 
Luther Paine, 
Eben. Huntington, 
Daniel B. Cook, 



Congrefs. 



Chauncey Goodrich, 
Nathaniel Smith, * 
Samuel W. Dana, 
John Allen, 
William Edmond, 
Koger Grifwold, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, • 
Jonathan Brace, * 
jofhua Coit, (dead,) 

O U 

"William Mofely, 
Sylveiter Gilbert, 
Samuel W Johnfon, 
Jonathan O. Mofeiey, 
William Hart, 
Marvin Wait, 
Epaphroditus Champion, 
Heman Swift, 
Gideon Granger, jun. 
Ephraim Kirby, 
Ala Spacing, • 
Henry Champion, 
Aaron Audio, 
©avid Daggett, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Tapping EL«$vej 



Nomination for Reprefentatives in 



•John Davenport, jr. 
.Elizur Goodrich,^^- 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
John Treadwell, 
Elias Perkins, 
John G. Smith, 
Benjamin Talmadge, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Calvin Goddard. 

T S, 

Hezekiah BifFelJ, 
David Smith, 
Jofiah Meigs, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Thomas Grofvenor, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
.Timothy Larabee, 
Mofes Cleveland, . 
EliihaHyde, 
Frederick Wolcott, 
Elijah Hubbardf 
Ebenezer Huntington, 

I. Theodore Dw^ht, 
William |udd, 
1 Uriel Holmes, jr. 
Lewis B. St urges. 



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Attohkies admitted at the Circuit Court in Conne&? 



Pierpont Edwards, < 
John Allen, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
William Brown, 
"Jonathan Brace, 
Hezekiah BhTell, 
David Burr, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Theodore D wight, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
John Davenport, jr. 
Abraham V. H. Dewitt, 
William Edmond, 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Gideon Granger, jr. 
James Hillhoufe, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Uriel Holmes, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Samuel Huntington, 
William S. Hart, 
Enoch Huntington, 
William Judd, 
Rofwell Judfon, 
Ephraim Kir by, 
Lyman Law, 
James La n man, 
J. O. Mofely, 
William Mofely, 



efq. Diftria Attorney, 
(ofeph Backus, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Jabez Clark, 
Thomas Chefter, 
Judfon Canfield, 
David Daggett, 
Ifaac Mills, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
John T. Peters, 
John-Parifh, 
Matthew T. Ruflel, 
Ephraim Root,. 
Philo Ruggles, 
Afa Spalding, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
John C. Smith, 
Lewis B.. Sturges, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Nathan Smith, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Benjamin Stiles, jr. 
John Trumbull, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Willifton, 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Marvin Wait, 
Dyer White, 
John Williams, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
Samuel Whittlcfey, 
Eiifha Whittlefey, efq'rs. 



Notaries Public. 

In Hartford. ?^" oc !i Per ^ ns .' j** r 
5 Theodore D wight, efq. 

New-Haven, Eiizur Goodrich, efq. 

New-London, Lyman Law, efq. 

Norwich, James Lanman, efq. William Hart, ef<£. I 

Fairfield, Lewi? JB. Sturges, efq. 

Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott, efq. 1 y 

Sharon, John C Smith, efq. \u 

Middletown, Matthew T. RulTel, efq. 

Lyme, William Noyes, efq. 

Prefton, Samuel Mott, efq. 

Woodftock, Jedediah Morfe, efq. 

Plainfield, Calvin Goddard, efq. 

New-Miiford, Daniel £veritt, efq. 

INCORPORATED CITIES. 

NEW- HAVEN. 
Samuel Biihop, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Timothy Jones, efq. | Eiizur Goodrich, efq. 

Kenry Dagget, efq. \ Dyer White, efq. 

Simson Baldwin, efq. City Clerk. 
Nathan Beers, efq. Treafurer. 
JolmR. "ro.-iO^ja 
Joleph Peck, 3 

Common Council Men. 
MefT. Ifaac Beers, Elias Shipmah, James Hillhoufe, 
David Daggett, Hezekiah Hotchkifs, Thaddeus Beech- 
;r, Simeon Baldwin, Ifaac Mills, Stephen Ailing, No- 
ah Webfter. 

(Annual Meeting the fir ft Tuefday in June.) 

NEW-LONDON. 
Hon. Richard Law, sfq. Mayw. 



t*9) 

Aldermen, 

Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. | Sanjuel Wbeat, efif* 
©uy Richards, efq. | EHas Perkins, efq. 

Lyman Law, Clerk City Court. 
John Owen, City Clerk. 
William Rid ards, ? « .«. 
JofhuaHempfted, 5 mentts - 
Common Council Men. 
Meff. Simon Wolcott, George Colfax, Elifha Hinma*, 
Robert Allyn, Jared Starr, Jno. Woodward. 

(Annual Meeting the fecond Monday in June.) 

HARTFORD. 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. I John Chenerard, efq. 

Samuel Wyllys, efq. | Thomas Y. Seymour, eft$> 

Solomon Porter, efq. Clerk. 
Simon Clark, ? - ff 

Romanta Norton, \ merms ' 
Common Council Men. 
Jeremiah Wadf worth, Chaun'cy Goodrich, John Cald- 
well, John Morgan, Ephraira Root, Jofeph Hart, Geo. 
Geodwin, Will'. am Mofely, Timothy Burr, Enoch Per- 
kins, Jonathan Brace, Ifaac Bull. 

(Annual Meeting laft Monday in March.) 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Alhei Miller, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Elijah Hubbard, efq. j Lemuel Storrs, efq. 

Chauncey Whittlefey, efq. | William Plumbe, efq. 
John Fifk, Clerk. 
Nathan Strong, "> - . ff 
Samuel Canfield, 5 menns ' 
Common Council Men. 
Lamberton Cooper, Nehemiah Hubbarfl, jua. GUcf 



i 7° ; 

Meigs, Ebenezer Sage, Matthew T. RufTel, JeaoflKi| 
phat Starr, Benjamin Williams, William Starr. 

NORWICH. 

Elifha Hyde, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen, 
Chrifto. Leffingwell, efq. I Jonathan Frifbie, efq. 
John Turner, efq. | Jacob D'VVitt, efq. 

Benj. Huntington, jr. Clerk of City and City Court* 
Benjamin Tracy, ? '^ ^ 
David Tracy, S 

Common Council Men. 
MefT. Azariah Lathrop, Uriah Tracy, Thoma? L. 
Thomas, Oliver Fitch, Samuel Huntington, jr. Ebene- 
ser Hyde. 

(Annual Meeting the third Monday in April.) 

Minifters and Churches 
IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT* 



County of 
"Hartford. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 

Abel Flint, 

Nathan Perkins, 

Vacant, E. Sc B. 

Berlin j John Smalley, 

Benoni Upibn, 

Vacant, 
3rifiol, Giles H. Cowles, 

Jonathan Miller. 
Farmington, Jof. Walhburn, 

ttufus Haw ley. 
Soft- Hartford, 

Eiiph. Williams, D.D. 

Vacant, 

Chrifto. Miner, B. 



Hartford. 

Eaft-JVindfor, 

David M'Clure, 

Thomas Potwine, 
Enfield, Nehem. Prdden,C 

Vacant, 
Glaftenburj, 

Wm. Lockwood, 

James Eells. 
Grant-}, Ifaac Porter, 

V/hitefield Cowles. 
Hart land, Aaron Church, 

Nathaniel Gay lord. 
South ingt on, 

William Robinfon, 

Dodge, B. 

Plurality, £. 



SufiieU, Ebenezer Gay 

Daniel Waldo, 

John Haftings, B. 

Sims bury, Samuel ^tebbins, 

Jeremiah Hallock, 

Ambrofe Todd, E. 
Wetbersfield, John Marlh, 



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Jofliua Beldeii, 
Calvin Chapin. 
Wind/or, 

Henry A Rowland, 
William F. Miller, 
Vacant. 



County of New- Haven. 



New- Haven. 
Rev. James Dana, D. D. 

Vacant, 

John Gamel, 

Bela Hubbard, E. 

Noah Willifton, 

Plurality, E. 

"Brartford, 

Lynde Huntington, 

Matthew Noyes, 

Samuel Eells, 

Vacant, E. 

tbefmre, John Foot, 

Reuben Ives, E. 

Derby, Amafa Porter, 
Rich. Mans£eld,D.D. E. 

Abner Smith. 
£. Haver;, Nicholas Street, 

Vacant, E. 

Guilford, Amos Fowler, 

John Elliott, 

Thomas \V. Bray, 



Simon Backus, 



Plurality, E. 

Hamien, Vacant, 
Milford, Beza Pineo, 

David Tuller, 

Vacant, 
North-Haven, 

Benj. Trumbull, D-D, 

Vacant, E. 

Oxford, David Bronfon, 
Waiting ford, James Noyes, 

John Willard, 

Aftibel Hofmer, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 
Water bury, Ira Hart, 

TUlotfonBrinfon, 

Abraham Fowler, 

Vacant, 
Woodbrldge, 

David L. Beebe, 

Stephen Haw ley. 
Wolcott, 

If. B. Woodward. 



E. 



B. 



County of New-London. 



Neil -London. 
Rev. Henry Channing, 
Ckarles Seabury, 



E. 



Zadock Darrow. B. 

Bszrah, Jonathan Murdock, 

Peter Rogers, B. 



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Gskhefter, Salmon Cone, 

Robert llobbins, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, B. 

Franklin, Samuel Nott. 
Groton, Vacant, Vacant, 

Silas Burrows, B. 

Vacant, C 

Lisbon, David Hale, 

Andrew Lee. 
Lyme, Lathrop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 

David Higgins, 

Jafon Lee, B. 

Vacant, C 



Montville, Thompfbn, 

Reuben Palmer, 
Norwich, J ofeph Strong, 

John Tyler, E 

Walter King. 
Prejlon, Lemuel Tyler, 

Levi Hart, 

Vacant, 

Paul Park, C« 

Stonington, 

Hez. N. Woodruff, 

Vacant, 

Chriilo. Avery, C 

Eleazer Brown, B. 

SimeonBrown, Bj 

Val. W. Rathbun, B, 



% 



County of 

Fairfield. 
Jlev- Andrew Elliott, 

H^zekiah Ripley, 

Vacant, 

Philo helton, E. 

Vacant, 
"Brookfietd, Thomas Brooks, 

Plurality, E. 

Banbury, Timo. Langdon, [ 

Jo m E!y, 

Vacant, E. | 

Eben. White, Sandi. 

■ Br onion, B. 

Greenwich, — - Benedict, 

Ifaac Lewis, D. D. 

Plurality, E. 

Hufttifigtton, David Ely, 

Eliftia Rexfordj 



Vacant, 



Fairfield. 

N.Fairfield, Medad Rogers* 

Maltby Gelfton. 
Newtown, John Clark, 

Daniel Burhans, E. 
Norwalk, Matthias Bu net f 

Wm. Smith, E. 

Aaron Woodward, 

Jr.ftus Mitchell. 
Reading, Nath'l Bartlctr, j 

Vacant; Ej 

Rfdgficld, Sam'1 Goodrich, ) 

Saaauftl Camp, 

Vacant, B, 

Vacant, E* 

Stamford, Daniel Smith, 

Piatt Buifett, 

Vacant, E. 

Ebenezer Ferris, B* 



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Stratford) 

Stephen W. Stebbins, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

County of 

Windham. 
Rev /Elijah Waterman, 

James Cogfwell, D.D. 

John Palmer, C. 

Benjamin Lathrop, B. 
JJbford, Enoch Pond, 

Andrew Jndfon, 

William Stores. 
Brooklyn, Jofiah Whitney. 

Plurality, E. 

Ca-itcfhun, Vacant, 

John Staples. 
Hampton, Lndov. Weld, 

Vacant, B. 

Killing, Eliiha Atkins, 

^— Day, ^ C. 

Lebanon^ Zcbulon Ely, 



Aflibel Baldwin, E. 
Trumlttll, Vacant. 
Wcfon, James Johnfon, 

John Noyes. 

Windham. 

Wm. B. Ripley, 

Thomas Brockway, 

John Gurley, 

Chrifto. Palmer, B. 
Mansfield, John Sherman, 

Mofes C. Welch. 
Plainfdd, Joel Benedict. 
pQ?72jrct, Aaron Putnam, 

Daniel Fogg, E, 

Waiter Lyon, 

Vacant, 
Thompfoti, Daniel Bqrr, 

John Martin, B» 

Volurdovn, Mich. Porter. 
Woodjicck, Eliph. Lyman, 

William Graves, 

Vacant, 



Litclficld. 
Rev. Jud-jh Champion, ? 

Dan Huntington, $ 

Amos Chafe, 

Jofeph E. Camp, 
x Vacant, 

Vacant, E. 

BeihUhan, Azcl Backus. 
Barkhcmfcd, Ozias Eells, 

Vacant. 
Coklyf:ok y \ r ?.C'Mit 9 
Canaan, Daniel Farrand, 



County of Lttcbfiild 



Salomon iWorgtm. 

Ccrniiuliy Hercules \v fell o;?. ; 
Ifrael Holly, - 
,Grf L ; h Aiahel Hooker, 
1 Ylariihilon, JoihuaWillnms. 

Kent, Joel Broadweli. 

Neii-MziforJ, . 

JJatbaniel Taylor, £ 
Stanley Griiwoid, S, 
Truman Marfii, E. 

Nciv-lLu IjcrJ, 

Edward D. Griffi&g. 



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"Norfolk, Ammi R. Robbins. 
Vly mouth, %\\\\o\\ Waterman, 

Plurality. 
Roxbury, Zephaniah Swift, 

Plurality. 
Sharon, Cotton M. Smith. 
Salisbury, Jof.W. Crofsman, 
loutbbury, Benj. Wildman, 

Matthias Cofier. 
Torrington, Alex'r Gillett, 

Samuel J. Mills, 



Wellington, Jeremiah Day, 

Ebenezer Porter, 

Plurality. 
Warren, Peter Starr. 
Watertewn, Uriel Gridley, 

Chauncy Prindle, E. 
WBodbury, Noah Benedict, 

Vacant, E. 

Winchefter, 

Publius V. Booge. 



County of Middlefex. 


Middletown. 


William Lyman, 


R.ev. Enoch Huntington, 


Jofeph Vail, 


— — White. E. 


Vacant, B, 


Gerfhom Bulkley, 


Solo. Blakeflee, E 


Vacant, 


Haddarn, Eleazer May, 


Thomas Miner, 


Killing-worth, 


David Huntington, 


Achilles Mansfield, 


Jofeph Graves, C. 

Chatham, Cyprian Strong, 


Henry Ely. 


Saybrook, F. W. Hotchkifs, 


Joel Weft, 


Richard Ely, 


David Selden, 


John Devotion, 


Solomon Wheat, B. 


Samuel Mills, 


ManoahS. Miles, E. 


Vacant, E. 


Durham, David Smith, 


Vacant, B. 


S. Haddam, Elijah Parfons. 





County of Tolland. 
Tolland. I Ellington, 



Rev. Nathan Williams. 

J$olton, George Golton, 
Ebenezer Kellog. 

Coventry, Abiel Abbott, 
John L- Skinner, 
Royal Tyler. 



Diodate Brockway. 
| Mebron, Amos BafFett, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, E» 

Somers, Charles Backus, 
Stafford, John Willard, 



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Ifaac Fofter, | Willington, AMfhai Aklen, 

Vacant. David Lillybridge, B. 

I Union, David Avery, | 

COLLEGES. 
YALE COLLEGeTnEW-HAVEN. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. D. Prefident. 

Jofiah Meigs, Profcffor of Mathematics and Natural 
Phiiojophy. 

Vacant, Profeffor of Divinity. 

Ebenezer Grant Marfh, Profeffor of the Hebrevj Lan- 
guage. 

FELLOWS. 



Eliphalet Williams, D. D. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Jofiah Whitney, 



David Ely, 

Nathan Williams, D-D. 

IXezekiah Ripley, 

Levi Hart, 

James Dana, D.D. 



The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and fix fenior 
Council, together -with the foregoing Pellows, consti- 
tute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 

Jeremiah Day, fenior Tutor and Librarian. 
Henry Davis, 
Ebenezer Grant Marfli, 
Charles Denifon, 
Benjamin Silliman. 

Hon, James Hillhoufe, Treafurer* 
Mr. Nathan Beers, Steward. 
Mr. Andrew Elliot, Butler. 
Commencement, fecond Wednefday in September. 
Vacations, : From Commencement fix weeks ; and from 
the fecond Tnefday in January, three weeks ; and 
from the fixth of May, three weeks. 



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\ the Commencement of 1799, the degree of Bache- 
lor of Arts to as conferred on 
Benjamin Burritt, Ezekiel J. Chapman, Peter 
e Witt r Joel Doolittle, Benjamin W. Dwight, 
3mund Dwight, James Eells, Andrew Elliott, 
liver Ellfworth, Alanlbn Hamlin, William S. 
afell, Thomas H. Hubbard, Eli Ives, James L. 
ingfley, Oliver Mather, Charles M'Ewen, Hen- 
r Meigs, Roger Newberry, Jeremiah Olborn, 
atthew Perkins, Sydney Piatt, Godfrey Scar- 
>rough, Elias Shipman, Mofes Stewart, Thad- 
i\is B. Wakeman, John Winn. 

And the degree of Majitr of Arts on 
Jonathan Belden, Henry Davis, Charles DenL 
n, Bancroft Fowler, John W. Gurley, John 
Humphreys, Thorn 3s Robbins, Gold S. Silliman, 
enjamin Silliman, Fanning Tracy, Samuel Wil- 
aras, Peter W. Radcliff, 1793 ; Timothy Wil* 
ams ; 1783 ; Elias Perkins, 1786 ; Jacob Mun- 
11, and William Howe, Dartmouth. * Fr^acls 
ahonnot Oliver, Harvard. 

)fficers of the Conne£ticut Academy 
of Aits and Sciences, elected Octo- 
ber, 1799. 

Rev. Timothy Dvvight, D. D. Prefident. 

His Excel). Jonathan Trumbull, Vice-Prefident. 

Simeon Baldwin, efq. Recording Secretary. 

COUNSELLORS. 
Haa. Jo'.mTrcadwcll, 
Kev. Janus D.ina, D. D. 



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Eneas Miinfon, T\l. D. 
Rev. Bela Hubbard, 
Hen. Chauncey Goodrich. 

Noah Webfter, 1 

John C. Smith, >€orrej ponding. Secretaries* 

Enoch Perkins, efq'rs. 3 

Jofiah Meigs, efq. Librarian, and Keeper of the Cabinet, 

Rev. Dr. D wight, ~) 

Jofiah Meigs, efq. ^Committee of Publications. 

Hon. David Daggett, J) 

Ifaac Beers, efq. Treafurer. 

Harvard Univerfity, in Cambridge. 

fie v. Joseph Willard, D. D. and L. L. D. Prefiden?;. 

Commencement, the third Wednefday in July. 
Vacations : From the Commencement, four weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in October, two weeks. 
• From the firft VV^edriefuay in January, five weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in April, two weeks. 



Rhode-Ifland College, at Providence, 

Hon. Ja6ez Bovven, efq. Chancellor. 

Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, Prefident. 

Vacations : From the firfi Wednefday in September, 

four weeks ; from the firft Wednefday in January, fix 

weeks ; and from the firft Wednefday in May, tlu'ee 

sveeks. 



Dartmouth College, in New-Hampfhire." 

John Wheeloc::, L. L. D. Preficlcnt. 
Commencement, the fourth Wednefday in Augud, 
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Williams* College, Berkftiire County J 

Rev. Ebenezer. Fitch, Prefident. 

Stephen Weft, D. D. Vice Prefident. 

Commencement, tl?e flrft Wednefday in September. 

Chefhire Epifcopal Academy, Conn* 

Rev. Dr. JohnBowden, Principal. 
Mr. Horatio Seymour, Affiftant. 

TOWN CL'ERKsU TRE ASUI 

in the flatc of Connecticut. 

Towns Names. 

Sjfiferd. 

3 olio n. 

Branfcrd. 

Wtfiol 

Tcrtin. 

Lozrah. 

Tlrdokfiehl. 

Beir:L>ke?n. 

~$.'.rkhcm}lcd. 

Brps-klv*. 

Coventry. 
Cduicrbun. 
Caruan. 
Chatham. 

Cornell. 

L) (Hilary. 
V'erty. 
E-iJi UMam 
flndfii 



I fit 



Town Clerks, 


Town Treafurers* 


Jofias Byles, 


do. 


Saul Alvord, 


60. 


Samuel Gould, 


do. 


Enos Ives. 


jacobBartholomew* 


Syjvefler Wells, 


Selah Hart. 


Eliph. Huntington, 


do. 


Daniel B Cooke, 


Wait Northroup. 


Titus Hull, 


Neh. Lambert. 


lfrael Jones, 


jofeph Wilder. 


Jofeph Baker, 


do. 


John Hale, 


do. 


Gideon Wells, 


do. 


Ben ij u$j Douglafs, 


do. 


Daniel shepherd, jr. 


do. 


Judah Kellogg, 


do. 


Elijah Rockwell, 


do. 


Tohn Watrous. 


do. 


Rufus Hitchcock, 


do. 


Sim -on Pcirlbns. 


james Wadfworth. 


Eli Mygatt, 


james Clark. 


John Humphrey, 


Kat'n Buckingham 


. Tinio. Gates, :; I. 


do* 


. AarcnEiflVl).- 


do. 



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Enfield. Elipbalet Terry, 

Exit- Hartjord. Jonathan Stanley, 



Ellington, 
Eafi-Haven. 
Fairfield. 
jjgafmington. 

Franklin. 

Greenwich. 

Grcton. 

Glaftenbury. 

Guilford. 

Gofien. 

Granby. 

Hartford. 

Hebron** 

i&addam* 

Lfaruington.- 

H art land. 

Hamden. 

Hampton. 

Huntington* 

Killingiy, 



Matthew Hyde, 
Joiiah Bradley. 
Saaiuel Rowland, 
John Mix, 
Eli Hyde, 
Jabez Fitch. 
Amos Gere, 
Joiiah Hale, 
Thomas Burgifs, 
Adino Hale, 
Judah Holcomb, jr. 
Samuel Wyliys, 
Sylvefier Gibert, 
Nehemtah Brainard, 
Daniel Catlin, 
Prince Taylor, 2d. 
Simeon Briftol, 
Thomas Stedman, 
EUQia Mills, 
Sampfon Ho\ 



Killingfwortk. Abraham Pierion. 



Kent. 

Lebanon. 

Litchfield. 

Lyme. 

Lisbon. 

Milford. 

ididdletown, 

Mansfield. 

Montville. 

New-Haven. 



Julius Cafwell, 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
Mofes Seymour, 
David F. Sill, 
Jedediah Burnham, 
Gideon Buckingham, 
John Fifk, 
Cond. Southworth, 
Jo'iH Raymond, 
Samuel Biiliop, 
North-Haven. Jofeph Pierpont, 
New-Milford. ElilhaBoftwick, 
NewHartford. Jofeph Loomis, 
New -London. John Owen, 
Norwich, Ben. H'jntirigton ; jr. 



John Reynolds. 
Elihu Olmftead, 
Levi Wells, jun. 

do. 
Elijah Abel. 
Koadiah Hooker. 

do. 

do. 
Eben. Plummer. 

do. 

Andrew Kingfbury. 
Roger Fuller. 

do. 

do. 
Titus Haze. 

do. 

do. 
Ezra Curtifs. 
Philip Stevens. 

do. 

Reuben Smith, 
do. 

do. 



Eiii 


ih Hubbard 




do. 


Jofli 


Ravmond. 


Nat 


ian Beers-. 



Abel Hinc 
Elks Kellogg. 
Guy Richards. 
Aud'w Huntington, 



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Nor walk. 

"New-Fair field, 

Newt§wK. 

Norfolk. 

Oxford. 

Plainfield.^ 

Prefion. 

Pomfret. 

Plymouth. 

Reading. 

Ridgfietd. 

Roxbury. 

Stonington. 

Sims bury. 

Suffield. 

Salisbury, 

Stratford. 

Stafford. ' 

Say brook. 

Stamford. 

Sharon. 

Sotners. 

Southington. 

Ssuthbury. v 

Sterling. 

TolUtfi. 

Trumbull. 

Torfington. 

Thompjon. 

Vn'ion. 

Voluntotvri. 

Wethcrsfdi. 

Windham. 

Water bury. 

Wallin^ford. 

Win [for. 

Woodjiock. 

Willinvton. 



SamM Gruram«nd, 
Peter Penfield, 
Caleb Baldwin, 

■ Woofler, 

Wm. Robinlon. 
DaivU Morgan, jr. 
Samuel Waldo, 
Jofepb A. Wright. 
Lemuel Sanford, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Elihu- Canfield, 
Stephen Avery, 2d.* 
Noah A. Phelps, 
Alexander Kirig^ 
Afa Hutchinfon, 
Robert Walker, 
Samuel Bledget, 
Zephaniah Pratt, 
John Hoyt, jr. 
Samuel Canfield, 
Jabez Collins, 
johnCurtifs, 
lucTeafe Mofe<v, 
Afa Montgommery, 
Bsnoni Shepherd, 
Eiiakim Beach, 
Eliilia Smith, 
Nathaniel Mills, 
Robert Lawfon, 
J a mes Al ex a n d e r , 
Sam'l W.Williams, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
join Kingfbury, 
Elite Whittlefey, jr. 
Henry Allen, 
jedediah Morfe, 
Elijah Holt, 



do. 
do. 
Gid. Botsford. 



Eben. Eaton. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Nathan Smith* 

do. 
jno. Dennifon. 
Dudley Pettibone. 

Samuel Moore, 
do. 



Jonathan Lay.^ 

do. 
Silas St, John. 
Noah Peafe. 

Aaron Hinman; 

do. 

do. 
S. Middlebrook. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Eben. Campbell. 

do. 

do. 
Phin. Porter. 



Daniel Gil let. 
do. 



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\ibt4ry. 
Kington 4 
\crtown. 

Sckefter. 
Abridge, 
ren. 
on. 
'cott. 



Nathan Prefton, 
Dan'l N. Brinfmade. 
EliCurtifs, 
Kliphaz Alvord, 
And'w Ofborn, 
John Tallmadge, 
Nathan Wheeler, 
Ifaac Brunfon, 



Matthew MineiV 
Samuel Leavitt. 
Aner Bradley. 
Robert M'Ewens. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



SOCIETIES. 



)nne£ticut Cincinnati Society Officers. 

Col. Benjamin Talmadge, Prefident. 

Gen. David Smith, Vice-Prefident. 

Col. John Mix, Secretary. 

Capt. Nathan Beers, Treafurer. 

Col. Jofeph Walker, Affiftant Secretary; 

Col. Solomon Cowles, Afliilant Treafurer. 

tftty Committees, appointed to receive the claims of 

indigent Members, 
rtford, Col. John rvlix, Samuel W. Williams, efq. 
w-Iiaven, Meifrs. Nathan Beers, Stephen :\lling. 
w-London, Col. Wm. Richard's, Gen.E Huntington, 
ivfield, Col. Timothy Taylor, Capt. Salmon JrJubbeJL 
indham, Col. Thp's Grofvenor. Gen. M. Cleveland, 
cchfield, Gen. David Judfon, Maj Eij.ih Wadfworth. 
iddlefex, Gen. Wilcox, Capt. Savage. 
)lland, Gen. Chapman, rVloj Porter Walbridge. 



Society of Free Mafons. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut, 

A. L. 5798. 

oft Wormipful Stephen T. Hofmer, Grand Maften 

Right Worfliipful David Daggett, D. G. M. 

Worfliipful Lbenezer Huntington, S,G. W« 



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Worihipful Samuel Bellamy, J.G.W. 
Henry Champion, G.T. 

John Mix, G.S. 

EphraimRoot, S.GD. 

JeiTe Beach, J.G.D. 

Mofes Cleveland, *G. Marshal. 

Daniel Holbrook, G. Sword Bearer. 

Rev. Afhbel Baldwin, G. Chaplain. 



Officers of Deputy Grand Chapter. 

Stephen T. Hofmer, D. G. H. Prieft. 

Ebenezer Huntington, D. G. King. 

Peter {ohnfon, D. G. Scribe. 

Nathan Prefton, D.G.S. 

John Tyler, D G. Chaplain. 

John Mix, of Farmington, D.G. Treasurer. 

JeKe Beach, D-G. Marfnal. 



Chapters of Royal Arch Mafons, 

in the ftate of Connecticut. 
Hiram Chapter, Newtown. 
Solomon Chapter, Derby. 
Wafhington Chapter, Middletown. 
franklin Chapter, Norwich. 
Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchefler. 
Franklin Chapter, New-Haven. 



Lodges in the State of Connecticut* 



No. i» Hiram, New- Haven. 
2. St. John's Middletown. 
3- St. John's, NewfieJd. 
4. Do. Hartford. 
5' Union, Greenwich. 

6. St. John's, Norwalk. 

7. K.Solomon's, Woodbury 



S. St. John's, Stratford. 
9. Compafs, WalHngfor* 

10. Woofter, Colchefter. 

11. St. Paul's, Litchfieia.) 

12. King Hirair,, Derby. 

13. Montgomery,Sali(bur 
14» Frederick, Farmingta 



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Moriah, Wind. County. 
Temple, Chefhire. 
Federal, Watertown. 
Hiram, Newtown. 
Wafhington,Huntinton. 
Harmony, Berlin. 
St. Peter's, N.Milford. 
Hart's, Woodbridge. 
St. James's, Prefton. 
Uriel, Tolland. 
Columbia, Stepney. 

Do. Eaft-Haddam. 
Riling Sun, Washington. 
Morn. Star, E. Windfor. 
Village,Weft-Simfbury. 



30. Day Spring, Hamden. 

31. Union, New-London. 

32. Meridian Sun, Warren. 

33. Friendmip,Southington. 

34. Somerfet, Norwich. 

35. Aurora, HarwingtoH. 

36. St. Mark's, Granby. 

37. Weftern Star, Norfolk. 

38. StAlban's, Guilford. 

39. Ark, Wefton. 

40. Union, Danbury. 

41. Federal, Brookfield. 

42. Harmony, Waterbury. 

43. Trinity, Killingworth. 

44. Eaftern Star, Lebanon. 



onne6licut Medical Society Officers. 



ENEAS MUNSON, Prefident. 
James Potter, Vice Prefident. 
Nathaniel Perry, Secretary. 
MafonF. Cogfwell, Treafurer. 



fficers of the Grand Lodge of R.Ifland. 

M. W. Peleg Clarke, Grand Mafter. 

R.W. Chriftopher Olney, D.G.M. 

W. George Sears, Senior G. \v arden. 

W. Ephraim Bowen, jr. J.G.W. 

John L.Bofs, J.G.D. 

Gerfhom jones, j.G.D. 

jofeph Tillinghaft, G. Treafurer. 

John Handy, G.S. 

jabez Champlin, G. M. 

Robert Davis, G.S.B. 

RLev. Brother Abraham L. Clarke, Grand Chaplain. 



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Sittings of the Federal Courts. 
SUPREME COURT. 

T the feat of Government, on the firft Monda} 
in February and Augufl annually. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

Eastern Circuit. 

In New-Harnpfhire, at Portfmouth, the 19th da 
May ; and at Exeter, the 2d day of November. 

In Vermont, at Windfor, on the fir ft day of May, 
at Rutland, on the third day of October. 

In MalTachufetts, at Bolton, on the finl day of ji 
and the 20th of October. 

In Rhode -Ifland, at Newport, en the 15th of ji 
and at Providence on the 15th of November. 

In Connecticut, at New-Haven, en the 13th da 
April, and at Hartford on the 17th of September. 

in New-York, at New-York, on thevfirft day 
April and September* . . 

Middle Circuit. 

In New jerfey, at Trenton, on the . -firft days of 
and October. 

In Penniylvania, at Philadelphia, on the nth dai 
April and October. 

In Delaware, at Newcaflle, on the 27th day oi'ji 
and at Dover, on the 27th day of October. 

In Maryland, at Annapolis, on the 7th day of IV 
and at Baltimore on the 7th of November. % 

In Virginia, at Richmond, on the 22d days of J 
and November. 

South erti Circuit • 
In North-Carolina, at Raleigh, on the ift 

June , and on the 30th of November. 

In. South- Carolina, at Ch irleilon, on the 6j:h da 

May, and 25th day of October. 



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In Georgia, at Savannah, on the 20th day of A/rii, 
nd at Augufta, on the 8th of November. 

Vhen any of the above days happen on a Sunday, the 
Court is to be held oa the Monday following. 



Diftrift Courts. 

[N the Diftrict of Maine, at Portland and Pownal- 
borough, alternately, on the flrlt Tuefday of March* 
hird Tuefday of June, firft Tuefdays of September anil 
)ecember. 

In New-Hampfhire, alternately at Portfmouth and 
Sfceter, on the third Tuefdays in March, June, Septem- 
►er and December. 

In Vermont, at Windfor and Rutland, alternately, 
>n the ift Mondays of February, May, Augnft and Nov. 

In Maffachufetts, alternately at Bolton and Salem, on 
he 3d Tuefday in March, the 4th Tuefday in June, the 
id Tuefday in September, and firft in December. 

In Khode-Ifland, at Newport and Providence, alter- 
lately, on the firft Tufday of Atguft, the third Tuefday 
>f November, the firft Tuefday of February, and fecond 
Tuefday of May. 

In Connecticut, alternately at Hartford and New- 
ftaven, on the third Tuefdays of February, May, Au- 
gnft and November. 

InNew-York, at the city of New-York, on the firii 
Tuefday in February, May, Auguft and November. 

In New-Jcrfey,. at Burlington and New-Brunfwick, 
alternately, on the firft Tuefdays in February, May> 
Auguft and November. 

In Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, on the third Mon- 
days in February, May, Auguft and November. 

In Delaware^ alternately at Dover and New-Cafllej 
on the fourth Tuefdays in February, May, Au^uft smtf 
November* 

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In Maryland, at Eafton and Baltimore, alternately,' 
on the firft Tuefdays in March, June, Sept. and Dec, 

In Virginia, alternately at Williamfburg and Rich.fc 
yaond, on the third Tuefdays in March, June, Septera?lfr 
ber and December. 

In Kentucky, at Frankfort, on the third Tuefdays in 
Much, June, September and December. 

In North-Carolina, at.Newbsrn, Wilmington, and 
Edsnton, in rotation, on the ift Mondays in January, 
April, July and Oftober; beginning atNewbernin 1792.. 

In South-Carolina, at Charlefton, on the third Mon-i 
days in March and September ; the firffc Monday in July, 
and fecond Monday in December. 

In Georgia, at Savannah, on the fecond Tuefdays in 
February, May and Auguftj and at Augufta, the fecond 
Tuefday in November. 

STATE of RHODE-ISLAND. 

LEGISLATIVE EXECUTIVE and JUDICIAL, 

ARTHUR FENNER, Efq. Governor. 

George. Brown, Efq. Lieutenant-Governor. 

SENATORS. 



D 



John Innes Clark, 
N oab M at t i j e w fon , 
Job Green.:, 
Jnhn Cooke, 



Thomas Hoxfie, 
Nicholas Taylor, 
job Watfon, 
John Karris, 



jameg Conxion, j Timethy Wilmarth, eftj'rs. 

Samuel feddy, efq/ Secretary. 
•William V. King, e#|. Deputy- Secretary. 
James Burrill, Jan. efq. Attorney-General. 
Iljiiry Sherburne, efq. Gen. Treasurer. 

J:if:kss &f the Supreme Judicial Court. 

Hon. Pelcg Arnold, efq. Chief. 
Jgfcfikiel Gardner, efq. 2 J. j joflma Bickndl, eVq. 4th. 
Vtfckcr Cook?, efq. 3'J\ | Tlu-mas Kolden, efq, 5th. 



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Clerks of the Supttior Court. 
Tor the County of Newport, .William V. "King, efq. 
■rovidence, Paul Alten, jun. efq. Wafhington, John 
lazard, ju». efq. Rriitol, Jonathan Rufiell, efq. Kent, 
Andrew Boyd, eiq. 

Jfujiices of the Court of Common Pleas. 

County of Sfi'tvport. 
Confront Taber, efq. chief. Benj. Johnfon, efq 2d. 
?erez Riclimond, efq. 3d. William Anthony, efq. 4tb» 
Nicholas Carr, efq. 5th. 

Cyini'j of V rovidence. 
Caleb Harris, eiq. chief. John Eurton, efq. 2d. Joliia 
Dorrance, efq. 3 i. Arnold Paine, efq. 4th. William 
Tyler, eiq. (of Foxier) 5liu 

County of Wafo'ington. 
Jofeph Koxie, efq. chief. Robert Stanton, efq. 2d. 
Thomas Tefit, efq 3d. William Hammond, efq. 4$&> 
John Waite, efq. 5th. 

County of "BrlftoU 
Samuel Allen, efq. chief. William Barton, efq. 2d. 
Jofiah Finney, efq. 3d. Jofeph Reynolds, efq. 4th.» 
Daniel Cole, efq. 5th. 

Comity of Kent. 

Thomas Rice, efq. chief.' Benjamin Johnfon, efq. 2d. 
"Stephen Greene (of Eaft- Greenwich) efq. 3d. jyeok 
Greene, efq. 4th. W T iiiiam Greene, (foa of Philip) tfq. 
Jth. 

Clerks of the Court of Common Pleas. 

Newport, Robert Rogers, eiq. Providence, jamc? 
Fenner, eftj. Warning ton, amuel E. Gardin&r, efq. 
Bviiro!, Richard Smith, jun. efq. Kd.t, Hqgki^S 
Ck)«ke, eiq. 



Sheriffs. 

Newport, Edward Thurfton, efq. Providence, Ne 

hemiah Knight, efq. Wafhington, Walter White, efq 

Briftol, Richard Smith, efq. Kent, Jona. Niles, efq, 

Public Notaries. 

Newport, Chriftopher Ellery, efq. Providence, Geo 

R. Barrill, efq. Samuel Chafe, efq. Wafhington, Geo 

Thomas, efq. Briflol, Richard Smith, jun. efq. Kent 

Hopkins Cooke, efq. Weiterly, Charleftown and Hop 

kinton, Samuel Brown, efij. Warren, William X 

Miller, efq. : 

Militia Oncers. 

Simeon MaVtiis., efq. Major-General. 
Brjljti&djtr Generals. 
Newport and Briflol, Thomas Allen, efq. Provi- 
dence, William Allen, efq. Wafhington, William 
Kh^clcSj efq. Kent, ifoac Johnfon, efq. 
Ebenezer Burrill, efq. Adjutant- General. 
Dr. Iiaac S enter, Director and Purveyor General oil 
the Hofpttal of the State, and Surgeon and Phyficia*' 
General of the Militia. 

Courts in the State of Rhode-Ifland. 

Superior Courts. 

T Newport, I ft Monday in March, and 4th Mon- 
day in Aaguflt. At Providence, 3d Monday in" 
JVlarch arid 3d Monday in Sept. At South Kingfton, 
4th Monday in April, .and 2d Monday in Q&obsr. At' 
Bfifto-, 2J Mondtif in March and 2d Monday in Sept. 
At £afl> Greenwich, 2d Monday In April and lit Mon- 
day in October. 

C-4urt of Common PUas. 

At Newport, 3d Monday in May, and 2d Monday i« 
Nov. At Providence, 4th Monday in May and 3d 
Monday in Dec. At South -Kingfton, 2d Monday in 
Feb. and 2d Monday in Aug. At Eriftol, 2d Monday.' 



January, and ill: Monday in June. At £ aft Grecn- 
ich, 3d Monday in January, and 3d Monday in Aug. 

STATE oTTeRMONT. 

ISAAC TICHENOIl, Efq, Gov erne P, 
Paul Beigham, Efq. Lieutenant Governor. 



COUNCILLORS. 



P| Samuel Saflbrd, 
John Strong, 
Elijah Robin Ton, 
Luke Knoulton, 
Timothy Todd, 
Solomon Miller, 



Ebenezer Marvin, 
William Chamberlain^ 
Stephen Jacob, 
Abel Spence.r, 
Benjamin Burt, 
Eliiha Allis, Efq'rs. 



Samuel Mattocks, efq. Treafurer. 
Rofweli Hopkins, efq. Secretary. 

Couets in the State of Vermont. 

SUPREME COURTS. 

AT Bennington and Manchefter, alternately, on the 
* >£ Tuefday in Auguft. At Rutland, \>n the 2d 
ruefday in Auguft. At Newfane, on the 2d Tuefday 
n Sept. At Woodftock, the 2d Tueiday next followipg 
:he 4th in Auguft. At Newbury, on the ift Tuticay 
ifter the 4th in aept. At Middleborough, the 3d Tuef- 
lay in Auguft. At Burlington, the 4th Tuefday in An". 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Bennington, the 3d Monday in Dec. and at Man* 
rhefter, the 1 ft Monday in June. At Rutland, the 3d 
Mondays in March and Nov. At NewfVne, the id 
Mondays in June and Ncv. At Wcodftocjc^ the 4th 
/Tonday in March, the laft in May, and 4th in Sept. 
it Newbury, the 2d Mondays of June and Dec At 
Aiddleborough, the J ft Monday in March, and iaft in 
H 2 



September. At Burlington, the Mondays preaeediaJfef 
She laft in September and February. ItlM 



Couats in tss State oi Connecticut*) 



nit 



SUPREME COURT of ERRORS. J^ 1 

TO fit the firft Tuefday in June, annually; alter |J* 
nately at Hartford and New-Haven, beginning; a 
the former. It is compofed of the Governor, Lieuten 
*nt-Goveraor, and twelve Afftftants. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

Primary Circuh~bx MiddJetown, laft Tuefday lave 
•ne, in July. New-Haven, laft Tuefday in July. Dan- 
Wiry, 2d Tuefday in Auguft. Litchfield, 3d Tuefdaj 1 
in Auguft. Hartford, s ft Tuefday in Sept.* Windham, 
3d Tuefday in Sept. N. London, 4ch Tuefday in Sept; 

Secondary Circuit. — At Haddam, laft Tuefday in De- 
•ember. New-Haven, ift Tuefday in January. Fair- 
fieldj 3d Tuefday in January. Litchfield, laft Tuefday 
:ii January. Hartford, 2d Tuefday in February. ToU 
V/td, 4th Tuefday in February. .Windham* 1 ft Tnefr 
*ay in March. Norwich, 4th Tuefday in March. 
COURTS of COMMON PLEAS. 

At Hartford, 3d Tuefday in March, and ift in Nov. 
^Mciy-Haven, 3d Tuefday in March, and 4th In Nov. 
3tfew-London, 2d Tuefday in June. Norwich, fourth 1 
Tuefday in Nov. Fairfield, 3d Tuefday in April.— 
"D mbm-v, 3d Tuefday in Nov. Windham, 3d Tuefday 
w Auguft, and 2d in Dec. Litchfield, 4th Tuefday ia 
iflarcfy and 3d in Sept. Middletown, 2d Tuefday in 
'for/. Haddam, ift Tuefday in April. Tolland fecondi 
Tncfdaysin February and September. 



Court of Massachusetts. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURTS. 
A T Bofton, the 3d TuePday in February and the 
£%. latf Tuefday ia Aaguft. Ipfwich, the $d Tuefday, 



I 



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n June. Wifcaffet, the 2d Tuefday in Jnly. Dedhai^ 
; h- 4th Tuefday in Auguft. Salem, the 2d Tuefday in 
November. Cambridge, the laft Tuefday in October. 
Doncord, the 2d Tuefday in April. Northampton, the 
aft Tuefday in April, and 4th Tuefday in September. 
Plymouth, the 3d Tuefday in May. Rarnftable, the 
Wednefday next preceding the 3d Tuefday in May.-*. 
Taunton, the Tuefday preceding the laft Tuefday ia 
October. York, the 4th Tuefday in June. Worcefter, 
the Tuefday next preceding the laft Tuefday in April, 
ind the 3d Tuefday in September. Portland, the Tuef- 
day next following the 4th Tuefday in June. Pownal- 
borough, the 2d Tuefday next following the 4th Tuefr 
day in June. Lenox, the ift Tuefday in October. 

Courts in New-Hampshire. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

AT Portfmouth, on the 4th Tuefday in April; and 
at Exeter, the 3d Tuefday in Sept. At Dover, 
on the 2d Tuefday s in April and Sept. At Hopkinton, 
on the 2d Tuefday in May, and at Amherft, the fir ft 
Tuefday in October. At Charlefton, the 3d Tuefday in 
May ; and at Keene, the 3d Tuefday in October. At 
Plymouth* the 4th Tuefday in May ; at LTaverhill, the 
Tuefday following the 4th Tuefday in October. 
INFERIOR COURTS. 
At Portfmouth, the ift Tuefday in February, and 4th 
in May ; and at Exeter the 2d Tuefday in Augnft, and 
j ft in November. At Dover, the 3d Tuefday in Feb. 
At Roc he iter, the 4th Tfiefd&y in June. At Oilman- 
to • n, the 3d Tuefdays in Auguft and Nov. At Am- 
berft, the 2d ruefclays in Ma; ch and June. At Hop- 
kington, the lit Tuefday in September and 2d in Dec. 
At Keene, the 3^Tuefciays of /March and June; and 
nt Charlefton, the 4th Tuefday, in v ept. and 3d in Dec. 
At Plymouth, the lit Tuefdays of Sept. and D^c. And 
*t Haverhill, the lit TweiUays ia Murch and June. 



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Totals of the Grand Lift of Cpjine&i- 
,cut, for Auguft 20 r 1798, combining! 
the returns of O&ober, 1798, 
May, 1799. 

Dollars cts. 
103,596 27 



Wartford, 

Berlin , 

Briftol, 

Ea ft- Hartford, 

Eaft-Windfor, 

Enfield, 

Farmington, 

Claftetibury, 

Grauby, 

Hartland, 

Simsbury, 

Smthington, 

Suffieid, 

Weatbersfield, 

Windfor, 



New- Haven, 

Branford, 

Cbcfiire, 

Derby, 

Durham, 

E aft- Haven, 

Guilford, 

Hdmien, 

Milfori, 

"North Haven, 

Walliuvferd, 

Water bury* 

Woodbridge, 



64,400,77 

66.626,16 
78,998,66 
43,283,78 
81,45**25 
58,105,18 
55,096,81 
34,520,84 

67, ; 86,40 
49,654.41 
66,083,23 
85,85i,6l 

77,340,87 

1,004,409,92 
72,348,60 

64,125 61 
63,752,47 
35,076,52 
32,796,70 
21.875,70 
104,374 76 
4^,586,54 
61,-67,73 
31,586,20 
84.849,89 
76,739 .18 



Wokoit, 
Oxford, 



New- London, 
Bozrab, 
Colchejler, 
Franklin, 
Groton, 
Lisbon, 
Lyme, 
Montville, 
j Norwich, 
Prefton, 
Stonington, 



FAIRFrELD, 

Brookfteld, 

D anbury, 

Greenwich, 

Huntington, 

New Fairfield, 

Neutojvn, 

Norwalk, 

Readings 

airfield, 

Stamjord, 



56,167,70 J Stratford,, 



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^rumbuff. 


33,6o6,82 


Norfolk 


37.195,84 


J*Jlo», 


62,908,23 


Ply mouthy 
Rox buriy 


39,885,40 

27,054,89 


i 






930,743,35 


Salisbury 


55,882,88 


- 




Sharon, 


59,3 66 ,53 


VlNDHAM, 


70,875,74 


Southburjy 


49,i36,99 


ijbferd. 


6 5,i35,3 6 


Torringtetiy 


45,269,96 


^rookljrty 


36,010,70 


Warren, 


23,826, 6 


MHterburjy 


50,566,12 


Wafoingtoriy 


47,5*4, 2 


lamptony 
tilling^ 


40,887,14 


Watcrtoivtiy 


45,630,96 


45,032,96 


V/inchcftcry 


19,42 3,69 


jebanonj 


110,86,57 


Woodbury 


48,456,39 


VlansfieUy 


$5,250,27 






>Uinfield f 


42,979 




[,052,010,58 


^omfrety 


55,i8i,77 






ferling, 


22,715,30 


MlDDLETOWN, 


107,895,28 


fhomp fatty 


50,089, 7 


Chatham, 


66,972.62 


Yoluniotutiy 
Voodjhchy 


25,088,32 


Eaft-Haddamy 


79.471,51 


67,6i3,93 


Had dam y 


45,833,69 


! 


_— . 


Killing-worthy 


66,029,36 


Litchfield, 


748,012,25 
110,601,95 


Sajbrooky 


82,442,16 


445,644,6a 


J&arkhet?ip]Ud 9 


29,464,32 






Vetklemy 


32>674,7i 


Tolland, 


46,120,14 


mma»y 


57,792,67 


B0lt0tiy 


42,395 


Colebrooky 


25,342,98 


C@vcntry y 


58,536,38 


Cornn>ally 


46,422,83 


Ellington y 


33,933.48 


Gojljen, 


45,394,49 


Hebrorty 


77,862,62 


Har-wintoriy 


42,062,34 


-SomerSy 


34,609,63 


Kcnty 


35,276,28 


Stafordy 


46,558,20 


Neiv-Hartfordy 


4i,742,64 


Union, 


17,365,27 


Nn>j'MJ/ford, 


86,591,76 


Wiltingtorty 


29,/8i,95 



387,132,67 



Total amount, Dolls. 6,056,517,43 



(94) 
United States Navy. 



■* 


Vessels in Service 


♦ 


FRIGATES. 




Guks* 


United State-s 


Air 


Constitution 


44 


In fur gent 


40 


Conftellation 


3 6 


Congrefs, 


36 


Bolton ' 


32 


Eil^x 


32 


John Adams 


B 2 




Shits. 


Maryland 


26 


Aclams 


24 


General Greens 


24 


Porr/mouth 


24 


Ganges 


24 


Geo. Washington 


24 


Merrimack 


24 


Conn? Aleut 


24 


DeL-ivare 


2& 


Warren 


23 


Baltimore 


23 


Herald 


18 




Brlrs; 


Pinckney 


18 


Norfolk 


18 


Richmond 


18 


Eagle 


14 


Pickering 


• H 




$fho9ner\f-i 


Governor Jay 


14 


Virginia 


14 


General Gr«c*tf 


10 


QiiigCKge 


jf 




Qttteit— Eight. v 



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amnieL Fernnld 

autb Carolina Pains 

VESSELS BUILDING. 

Guns. 
44 at New-Yark, by the public. 
44 at do. by the citizens. 
44 at Philadelpfcia, do. 
44 at Norfolk, by the public. 
24 at Bofton, do. 

feefapcake 26 at Baltimore. 

"rumbull 18 fitting for feci, at New-London, Jewett 

Two gallics in South-Carolina, 2 in Georgia, and 2 in 
}orth-Carolina. 

Six mips of war of 74 guns, and fix floops of war 
if a force not exceeding 58 guns, are ordered to.be 
uilt. One 74 is now bulling at Bofton, one at 
he city of Washington, and one at Gofport, Virginia. 

Governors of the Slates in the Union. 

] ohn T . G i 1 m an , Newli ?■. mp y re . 
Mofss Gill, Lt. Gov. MaiFarhUettt. 

Atrhur Fcnner, Rhode- Ifknd. 

Jonathan Trumbull, Connecticut. 

Ifaac Tichenor, Vermont. 

John |ay» New- York-. 

Richard Howell, New-jerfey. 

T h on \ a s M 4 Ke a n , P c n n iy \ y an i-a . 

Richard Baffett, Delaware. 

Benjamin Ogkj Maryland. 

James Wood, Virginia. 

Wm. R. Davie, North-Carolina. 

Edmund Rutledgc, South-Carolina. 

John Sevier, TenncfTee. 

James Jaekfon, Georgia. 

Winibiop Sargeant, N. W. and Miflifippi Ter. 



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Government of the United States. 

JOHN ADAMS, 

PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES; 

SALARY, 25,00O DOLLARS PER ANNUM : 

Which is neither to be ener eased nor diminijbed during th 
period for -which he shall have been elected. 

m Malcom, Secretary to the Prefident* 

Thomas Jefferson, 

Vice-Prefident, and Prefident of the Senate. 

Salary, 5,000 Dollars per Annum, 

DEPARTMENT of STATE, &c. 

Timothy Pickering, MaiTachufetts, Secretary of State 

Oliver Woleott, Connecticut, Sec'ry of the Treafury 

John Steele, N. Carolina, Comptroller of the Treafury 

Richard Harri'bn, Virginia, Auditor of the Treafury. 

Jofeph Nour *, Virginia, Regifter of the Treafury. 

William Miller, jun. Commifiioner of Revenue, 

Samuel Meredith, Pennfylvania, Treafurer. 

James M* Henry, Maryland, Secretary at War. 

Tench Francis, Purveyor of Public Supplies, 

Caleb Swan, Maflachufetts, Pay-Malter to the Army 

Samuel Hodgdon, Superintendant of Public Stores. 

Rufus Putuam, Surveyor General. 

Benjamin Stoddart, Maflachwfetts, Sec'ry of the Navy 



SENATORS. 

The Prefident is to have no vote, unlefs equally divided' 

Ncvf-Hamppirc. I Mujta chujelts. 

John Langdon, 1 Samuel Dexter, 

Samuel Livermore. I Benjamin Goodhue* 



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Ifode-Ifiani. 
Theodore Fofter, 
lay Greene. 

Connecticut. 
ames Hillhoufe, 
Jriah Tracy. 

New-York. 
ohn Lawrence, 
| ames Watfon, 

New-Jerfey. 
onathan Dayt«n 9 
ames Scbureman, 

Pennfylvania. 
Villi am Bingham, 
ames Rofs. 

Delaware. 
lenry Lattimer. 
William H.Wells. 

Mary land. 
ohn R. Howard, 
ames Lloyd. 

Samuel A. Otis, 



Virginia. 
Stephen T. Mafb«, 

North -Carolina. 
Timo. Bloodwortli* 
Jeffe Franklin. 

South-Carolina. 
Charles Pinckney, 
Jacob Read. 

Georgia. 
Abraham Baldwin, 
James Gunn. 

Vermont. 
Nathaniel Chipman, 
Elijah Paine. 

Kentucky. 
John Brown, 
Humphrey Marfhafl. 

Tennejfee. 

John Anderfon. 

Daniel Smith. 

Secretary to the Senate. 

Chaplain, 



FEDERAL 



New- Hampfiire. 
Mel F ofter, 
onathan Freemen, 
iVilliam Gordon. 

Mafichufetts. 
?hanuel Bifliop, 
Saily Bartlett, 
3wigbt Fofter, 
libs Lee, 



REPRESENTATIVES, 
Speaker. 

Samuel Lyman, 
Harrifon G. Otis, 
John Reed, 
Theodore Sedgwick, 
Samuel Sew all, 
William Shepard^ 
George Thatcher, 
Jofeph B. Varnum, 
Peleg Wadfwortb, 
Lemuel Williams. 



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tfalc-ljlanL 

John BrowH, 
C'.iriilopher G. Champlin. 

Connecticut. 
"Jonathan Brace, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
John Davenport, jr. 
William Edmond. 
Chauncy Goodrich, 
llbger Grifwold, 
Elizur Goodrich. 

Vermont, 
Matthew Lyon, 
X-ewis 11. Morris. 

H/rw York. 
Theodorus Bailey, 
John Bird, 
"William Cooper, 
Philip Van Cortlandt, 
Lucas Elmandoritj 
Henry Glenn, 
Lelward Livingflon, 

JoiiaS Phtt, 

m i H » Thompfon. 

Ttfew Tcrfey. 
John Gondii, , 

F r a n kl in I) a ve n port 
Jailles H. Imlay, 
Aaron Xkchel, 
James L ; nn, 

Pen 'jfj'v'uKia, 
Robert Brow n, 
Albert Gallatia, . 
Andrew Gregg, 
John Andre Hanna, 
Thomas Hartley, 
Joieph Heifter, 



John W. Kittera, 
Michael Leib, 
PjterMuhlenburgh, 
John Smilie, 
Richard Thomas, 
Henry Woods, 
Robert Wain. 

Delaware. 
James A. Bayard. 

Maryland. 
George Baer, 
William Craik, 
Gabriel Chriftie, 
John Dennis, 
George Dent, 
Joieph H. Nicholfon, 
Samuel Smith, 
John Chew Thomas* 

Virginia. ' 

J. Cabell, 
Matthew Clay, 
John Dawfon, 
Thomas Evans, 
J. Egglefton, 
Edwin Grey, 
Samuel Goode, 
David Holmes, 
George jackfon, 
Henry Lee, 
John Mar (hall, 
Anthony New, 
John Nicholas, 
Robert Page, 
Jofiah Parker, 
Lev en Powell, 
john Randolph, 
John Trigg, 
Abraham Trigg, 



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North-Curoling. 

* r ill?s Alflon. 
oJeph Dixon. 
Villiam B. Grove, 
Archibald Henderfon, 
Villiam H. Hill. 
(Nathaniel Macon, 
Uchard D. Spaight, 
bavid Stone, 
lichard Stanford, 
lobert Williams, 

Sou t h - d ifo Una . 
lobert G. Harper, 
tj&mill Hugar, 

■liLi. \V. Condy, Clerk 



Abraham Notr, 
Thomas Pinckney, 
John Rntledgc, juh. 
Thomas i-ursptcr. 

Georgia, 
Benj. Talliaferro, 
j James Jones. 

Kentucky* 
— — Davis. 
John Fowler. 

Tennejfee. 
Wm. C. C. Claiborne. 

N. W. Territory. 
Wm. Henry Hamilton, 
of the Houfe of Representatives 
Chaplain. 



Judiciary of the United States. 
SUPREME COURT. 

Oliver Ellfworth, of Connecticut, Chief Juflic*. 

illiam Cuming, of MsfTachufetts, ") 
[fames Iredell, of N Carolina, (dead. J | 
William Paterfon, of New-Jerfey, i AffbcUte ju Hies. 
Samuel Chafe, of Maryland, | 

Buihrod Washington, of Virginia, j 

Charles Lee, of Virginia, Attorney-General. 

— — Waggoner, of Pennfylvania, Clerk. 

Tk Records of the Court 'of Errors and Appeals in ccfes of 

capture , art M*ed in the Clerk's ojfice of this Court, 



C 100 ) 

JUDGES, &c. of the DISTRICT COURTS; 



Diftrift of 

Maine. 



Diftrier. of 
N. Hampihire, 

Di&ri& of 
Vermont. 



Diftriot. of 
MafTachufetts. 



Diilria of 
Rhode- Ifland. 



Did nfa of 
Connecticut. 



Dlftrift of 
Mswr-York. 



Diftrift of 
N*w-Jerfey. 



Deputy 
Marfliails 



' David Sewall, Judge, iooo Dollar S* 

Daniel Davis, Attorney. 

John Hobby, MarihaL 

David Howe, 
i Ralph Hart Bowles, 
I Seth Tinkham, 
[Henry Sewall, Clerk. 
'"John Pickering Judge, iooo Dollars* 
} {eremiah Smith, Attorney. 
S Bradbury Cilley, Marfhal. 
C Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 
"Samuel Hitchcock, Judge, 1909 Dolls 
^ Amos Marfh, Attorney. 
S Jabez Ij Fitch, Marfhal. 
^Cephas Smith, Clerk. 
•"John Lowel, Judge, 1200 Dollars. 
\ John Davis, Attorney. 
"S Samuel Bradford, Marfhal. 
£ Nathan Goodale, Clerk. 
•-Benjamin Bourne, Judge, iooo Dolls 
NlDavid L. Barnes, Attorney. 
S William Peck, Marfhal. 
CEdmund T. Ellery, Clerk. 

•"Richard Law, Judge, iooo Dollars 
S Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. 

S Philip B. Bradley, Marlhal. 

£_Simeon Baldwin, Clerk. 

/-John S. Hobart, Judge, 15?© Dollars 

S kichard Hirnfon, Attorney 

p Vquila* Giles, Marfhal. 

(^Daniel Dunfcomb, Clerk 

r Robert Morris, Judge, iooo Dollar* 

N Lucius H. St®ckton, Attorney. 

p Thomas Lowry, Marfhal* 

C Robert Boggs, Clerk, 



I 1Q1 ) 

■"Richard Peters, Judge, l6cxi Dollars 

) William Rawle, Attorney. 

) William Nichols, Marfhal. 

^ 1 .; Clerk. 

r Gunning Bedford, J udge, iooo Dollart . 

j George Read, jun. Attorney. 

p Robert Hamilton, Marfhal. 

£ — _ Conway, Clerk. 

r- James Winchester, Judge, 1800 Doll? . 

)Zebulon Hollingfworth, Attorney. 

j Jacob Graybel, Marflial. 

£ Philip Moore, Clerk. 

/- Cyrus Grifnn, Judge, 1830 Dollars* 

\ i horn as Nclfon, j un. Attorney. 

j David Meade Randolph, JN'arfhal. 

£ William Marflial, Clerk, 

/-Harry Innes, Judge, 1000 Dollar** 

S AiJliam Clark, Attorney. 

") Samuel M'Dowell, Marflial. 

£ Thomas Junftall, Clerk. 

f John Sitgreaves, Judge, t$oo Dollars 
Benjamin Woods, Attorney. 
John S. Weft, Marflial. 
Abner Neale, Clerk. 
{Thomas Bee, Judge, 1800 Dollars* 
Thomas Parker, Attorney. 
Charles B. Cochran, Marflial. 
Thomas Hall, Clerk. 
fjofeph Clay, jr. Judge, 1500 Dollar. 
George Woodruff, Attorney* 
") Oliver Bow en, Marflial. 
(.Charles Harris, Clerk. 

!John M'Nairy, Judge. 
Wm. P. Anderfon, Attorney* 
Robert Hays, Marflial. 
~— , Clerk* 

I 2 



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Supervisors of the Revenue. 

New Ham/Jbire, Nathaniel Rogers* 

Majjachufetts, Jonathan Jackfon. 

SLhoie-Ifland, John S. Dexter. 

Connecticut, John Che Iter. 

Vermint^ Nathaniel Brufh. 

!^w*York, Nicholas Fifh. 

New-Jerfey, Aaron Dunham. 

Pc?utfylv(tnia f Henry Miller. 

Deldwarfo Andrew Barrett. 

Maryland, John Kilty. 

Virginia, Edward Garringtoa* 

Nortb-Cttroliw, William Polk. 

South-Carolina, Paniel Stevens. 

Georgia, John Mathews. 

Kentucky, Thomas Marlhalh 

Tcnneffee. John Ovenon. 

Officers of the Revenue Department. 

For the Diftrict of MafTachufetts. 
Benjamin Lincoln, Collector, for the Ports cf Boflon an 
Charleston. 

B njamin Weld, deputy collector. 
James Lovell, nayal officer. 
Thomas MelviJl, furveyor and infpec\or of excife. 
£<!?;,>?, jofeph Hdler, collector. 

William Pickman, naval officer. 
Bartholomew Putnam, furveyor. 
3rvcrl], Jofiah Bacheldor, furveyor. 

Marbhhetd, Samuel Ruffe 1 Gerry, collector. 

Neivbxryjiort, Dudley Atkins Tyng, collector. 

Jonathan Titcomb, naval officer. 
Michael Hodge, furveyor. 
Clone ejler, William Tuck, colkc~toi\ 



Ipfwlcb, 

Plymouth, 

Bamjtab/e, 

Nantucket, 

Edgar town i 

Nezvbedford, 

Dighton, 

Rebobotb, 

York, 

Biddeford and 

Pepperelboro\ 

Portland, 

Bath, 

Wifcajfet, 

Waldoborougb, 

Penobfcot, 

Frenchman' s-B ay, 

"Macbias, 

Pajfamaquody, 



Tbomafton, 
Portsmouth, 



Berllngton, 



I 10 3 ) 

'Samuel Whittemore, furveya?, 
Afa Andrews, collector. 
Jeremiah Staniford, furveyor* 
William Wat fen, collector. 
Levi Blount, furveyor. 
Jofeph Otis, collector. 
Stephen HufTey, collector. 
John Peafe, collector. 
Edward Pope, collector. 
Hodijah Baylis, collector. 
Lemuel Waytt, collector. 
Joiepli Tucker, collector* 

-Jeremiah Hill, collector. 

Nathaniel Fadre Fofdick, colle&ar. 

James Lunt, furveyor. 

William Webb, collector. 

Francis Cook, collector. 

VVaterman Thomas, collector. 

John Lee, collector. 

Melatiah Jordon, collector. 

Stephen Smith, collector. 

Lewis F. Deleidernier, collector. 

Tho's B. Wait, furveyor & inspector* 

Thomas Vofe, furveyor. 

Diftrict of New-Hampihire. 

Thomas Martin, collector. 
Samuel Adams, furveyor & infpector. 

Diftricl of Vermont. 
David Ruiiell, collector. 



Diftrict of Rhode-Ifland and Providence. 
Newport, V/ilHam tilery, collector. 

Robert Cooke, n val officer. 

Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 
Providence^ Jeremiah Olney, collector* 



Patuxet, 
North- King ft on, 
Eaft Greenwich^ 
Warren and 
Harrington* 
Briftol, 
Paucatuck 9 



I 104 ) 

William Barton, furveyor. 
Ebenezer Thompfon, 113 val officer* 
Jefeph Aborn, furveyor. 
D. Eldredge Updike, furveyor* 
Thomas Arnold, furveyor. 

£ Nathaniel Phillips, furveyor. 

Sirrmel Bofworth, furveyor. 
George Stillman, furveyor. 



Diftric* of Connecticut. 
tTeiv-Londotij jedidiah Huntington, collector. 

Nathaniel Richards, furveyor. 
Jonathan Trott, Ebenezer Goddard, Peter B. Harris, 
and Henry Jepfon, infpe&ors. 

Archibald Robertfon, wheigher, meafurerand ganger. 
Stonington, Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. 

Middletowttf Chauncey Whittlefey, collector. 

1 Lamberton Cooper, furveyor. 

Robert Warner, and Ifaac Williams, infpectors. 
Tfew-Havettj David Auftin, collector. 

William Munfon, furveyor. 
Fairfield) Samuel Smedley, collector. 

Soybrooki Richard Dickifon, furveyor. 

Mint Eftablilhment. 

Elias Boudinot, Director ; Salary, 2000 dollars; 

Henry Voight, Chief Coiner, 1500 

Robert Scott, Engraver, 1200 

» Richardfon, AfTiyer, 1500 

— y Melt Officer, 1 5<>o 

Dr. Benjamin Rufh, Treafurer, 1200 



Commiflioners of Loans. 



States. 
?xew- Hamftjkiffff 



Officers. 
John Tierce, 



Salaries'* 
$50 Dollars*. 



U>fj 



i 105 ; 



Thomas Perkins, 


15* 


Jabez Brown, 


6oo 


William Imlay, 


IOOO 


John Cochran, 


1500 


James Ewing, 


700 


Stephen Moylan, 


J 500 


James Tilton, 


600 


Benjamin Harwood, 


J 009 


John Hopkins, 


J50© 


Robert Rowan, 


IOo© 


John Neufville, 


I GOO 


Richard Wylly, 


700 



'affachtJcttS) 
Hhodt-ljl.ind) 
Cotmtfticut, 
Wew-2'orky 
wTeiv-Jerfeyj 
Wennfylvania^ 
\pclawarct 

I\pidrjland y 
Virginia^ 
tforth-Carolifidj 
South- Carolina) 
jGeorgia, 



MINISTERS, CONSULS, &c. 

From the United States at Foreign Places. 

OLIVER ELLSWORTH, William R. Davie, Wil- 
liam Vans Murray, Commiflioners to treat with 
France. 
Win. Smith, minifter plenipotentiary for negociating a 

tr«aty of amity and commerce with the Ottoman 

Porte. 
Rufus King, minifter at the Britifh court, and minifter 

plenipotentiary for negociating a treaty of amity aad 

commerce with the Emperor of Ruflla. 
Samuel Williams, conful at London. 
Samuel Bayard, commercial agent at London. 
James Maury conful at Liverpool. 
tlias Vanderhorft, conful at Briftol. 
Thomas Auldjo, vice con&il at Cowes. 
Edward Fox, conful at Falmouth. 
George Knox, conful at Kingfton, upon Hull. 
James Holmes, conful at Belfaft. 
Jofeph Vvilfon, conful at Dublin. 
Jacob Lewis, conful at the Ifle of France* 
Stephen Cathalan, conful at Marfeilles. 
Ifaac Cox Barnet, conful at Bordeaux? 
P. F. 9obre } confri at Naot* 



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Mofes Young, conful at Madrid. 

William Willis, conful at Barcelona in Spain. 

Jofiah Blakely, conful for St. jago, Ifiand of Cuba. 

John Gavino, conful for the port of Gibraltar. 

William J. Miller, conful at Culcutta. 

David Humphreys, minifter at the Spanifh court. 

Jofeph M. Yznardi, conful at Cadiz. 

Robert Montgomery, conful at Alicant. 

John Q. Adams, miniiter to the court of Berlin, an 

commimoner to negociate a treaty of amity and coir 

merce with Sweden. 
Michael Murphy, conful at Malaga. 
William Vans Murray, miniiler plenipotentiary to th 

republic of Batavia. 
Sylvanus Bourne, conful general for Batayia. 
— — Beeldemeker, conful for the port of Rotterdam. - 
Harry Gran!-, confal for the port of Leith, in Scotland. 
David Matt. Clarkfon, vice conful at St. Euft-atius. 
Nicholas RouiTeler, conful at Effequibo and Demeraraii 
Turrell Tuffts, conful at Surinam. 
Edward Church, conful at Lifbon. 
William Smith, plenipotentiary to Portugal. 
Thomas Balkley, con-ul at ditto. 
Samuel Harrifon, vice conful at ditto. 
Don Cairo, vice c^nliii at Oporto. 
B. deCiaracufe Brown, deputy conful at dktd. 
■ < «■ "> Bonventuro, vice conful at Bellen. 
Charles Q'Neil, deputy conful at St. Ubes. 
John Marjfden Piutard, conful at Madeira. 
John Caiman* conful at Otatava, in Teneriffe. 
John Clarke, vice conful .t Teneviife. 
John Treat, vice conful at Fsyal. 
Conrad Frederick Wagner, conful at Triefte, in Italy. 
Jouquin Joe de Barron, vice conful at Cape de Verd's. 
Benjamin Hamnel Philips, conful at Gurracoa. 
Henry Cooper, conful at Santa Cruz. 
Oliver Pollock, commercial agent at the Havannah; 
Daniel Haw ley, conful a£ ditto. 



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Procoplo Jncinte Pollock, conful tor port of N. Orleans. 
William E. Hulings, vice conful at New-Orleans. 
(Thomas Crafts, agent in the Weft-Indies. 
Robert Richie, conful at Port au Prince. 
Thomas Appleton, conful at Leghorn. 
John S. M. Mathieu, conful at Naples. 
Hans RodolphScabye, conful at Copenhagen. 
EliasBachman, conful at Gottenberg, in Mveden. 

ofeph Pitcairn, conful at Hamburg. 

Lrnold Delius, conful at Bremen. 

Fred. J- \vichelhaufeii, conful for the port of Bremen. 
Frederick H. Wallafton, conful at Genoa. 
Philip Mark, conful at Fianconia, in Germany. 
James Simpfon, conful for Morocco. 
Richard O'Brien, conful gen. to all the Barbary States. 
James Leander Cathcarr, conful for Tripoli. 
William Eaton, conful for city and kingdom of Tunis. 
Guifeppo Chiappe, agent at Moge.dor. 
John Miller Ruffe!, conful at St. Pete^fburg. 
>amuel Snow, conful at Canton in China. 
Thomas Randal', vice conful at ditto. 



CONSULS, &c. from the United Netherlands. 

Francis Van Berckel, miniiier refident at Philadelphia. 
John Rcfs, conful gen. from Hamburg, at ditto. 
Biederick JLeertouver, confulat MafTachufetts end New- 
Ham p (hi re. 
Henr.an Le Roy, conful for New-York and New- Jerfjy. 
J. H. C. Heineker, conful forl'enniylvania d'Deluware. 
Adrian Valck, conful for MaryL-.nd and Virginia. 
Jan Booen Graves, conful for North and South Carolina. 



CONSULS, &c. from Spain. 

Don Carlos Martinez d'Ynvjo, minifter from Spain. 
Jofeph Ignatio de Viar, conful general at Philadelphia. 
Thomas Stoughton, conful for New -York. 



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J*feph Wifeman, conful for Rhode-Ifland. 

John Stoughton, conful for Maflachufetts. 

John ©. Beruabew, conful for Maryland. 

Anthony A. Vilalobos, conful for Virginia. 

John Murphy, conful for North and South Carolina. 



CONSULS, &c. from Great-Britain* 

Pvobert Lifton, envoy extraordinary and minifterpler 

potentiary. 
Edward Thornton, fecretary to the legation. 
Thomas M'Donough, conful for the ftates of MafTaclr 

fetts, Rhode-Ifland, Connecticut and New-Ham: 

mire, refidence at Bofton. 
Phineas Bond, conful general for the Middle and Souti 

cm States, refidence at Philadelphia. 
John Hamilton, conful for Virginia. 
George Miller, conful for North-Carolina, South Car* 

lina, and Georgia, refidence at Charleflon. 



CONSULS, &c. from Portugal. 

Chevalier Da Cofta, minifler from Portugal. 
Ignatius Palyart, conful general to the United States. 
Richard Codman, vice conful for Maflachufetts. 
James Barry, vice conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
Franis James Ver Knocke, vice conful forS. Carolina. 
John Abrams, vice conful at New -York. , 

CONSULS, &c. fiom Sweden and Pru(Iia 8 

Charles F. Degen, vice conful for N.Hampfhire, Mafia 

chufetts, and Rhode-Ifland. 
Jonathan Swift, vice conful from the kingdom of Swc 

den for the diftricl of Columbia, V irginia. 
Jofeph Winthrop, vice conful from Sweden, in South 

Carolina and Georgia. 
Charles Godfrey Polefke, conful general from Pruifia. 



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GENERAL OFFICERS, 

(Btke armies of the United States, raifed or to be raifed, 
j(3eorge Washington, Lieutenant-General and Com- 
lander in Chief; 

Alexander Hamilton, of New-York, Infpe&or Genc~ 
al, with the rank of Major-General. 

Charles C Pintkney, of S. Carolina, IVhj or- General. 

Henry Knox, of MafTachufetts, do. 
4 Jamei Wilkinfon, Brigadier-General. 

Jokn Brooks, of MafTachufetts, Brigadier-Ge*eral. 

William Waftiiogton, of SouthCSarolina, Brig. ©en. 

J Jonathan Dayton, of New- Jerfey, Brigadier-General* 

Of the Provisional Army. 

Henry Lee, of Virginia, Major-General. 
t Edward Hand, of Pennsylvania, do. 

Ebenezei Huntington, of Connecticut, Brig. Gen. 
'Anthony W. White, New- Jerfey, do. 

"William R. Davie, of North Carolina, do. 

Jokn Sevier, of Tenneilee, do. 

James Oaik, of Virginia, Phyficiaa General, 

Federal Officers. 

For t«e Internal Revenue, Connecticut. 

| Robert Mallam, New-London.— Shabael Breed, Nor- 
Irich.— Dyer White, New-Haven.— Thomas Chefter, 
Hartford.— Robert Warner, Mlddletown.— -Frederick 
Wolcott, Litchfield. 

- Auxiliary Gfficexs. 
Sawael Rowland, Fairfield.— Edmund Badger, Wild- 
ham,— Jare* Cone, jun. Bolto-u. 

It it a particular part of the duty of the above offi- 
cers, to keep a conftant fupply of all kinds of Stamps. 
,An allowance -•f 7 & 1-2 p*r cent, is made to thofe who 

Ipurchafe Starrpe to the amount of ten dollars, or uj: 

Wards, of the Supervisor. 



J 



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Tasle af Rateable Polls and Eilates for Connecticut 

DIs.Ct 

YJOLL5 from 2i to 70 years of age, at 60 

A Tolls from 18 to 2 1 years of age, at 3° 

Oxen and Bulls four years old, at I® 
Cows, Steers, Hsifers and Balk, 3 years old at 7 
Steers, Heifers and Bulls, of 2 years old, at 3^ 

Stallion or feed Horfe, more than three years old 67 

Covering Jacks, - . ' - - 34 

Horfe kind of three years old, at - - 10 
Horfe kind of two years old, at 7 

Korfe kind of one year old, at - - - 3 

Mules, 3 years old and upwards, 10 
Mules, 2 years old, - - - - 7 

Mutes, 1 year old, - 3 

Acres of Plowland, at - - - 1 

Acres of Upland, Mowing, and Clear Paflure, at I 
Acres of Bog*y Meadow mowed, at o 

Acies ©f Boggy Meadow not mowed, at - o 
Acres of Meadowiand in Hartford Couaty and 

Middiefex, - - - 2 

Acres of other Meadow-land, at - - 1 

Acres of Buih-pafture, at - - - o 

Acres o£ uninclofed land, firfl rate, at - - © 
Acres of uninclofed land, fecond rate, at - o 
Acres of uninclofed land, 3d rate, at o 

Coaches, at - - - - 84 

Chariots, - 67 

Phstons, . - - - 50 

Coachee*, > - - • - 17 

Curricles, - - - • 34 

Chaifcs, at - - - - I? 

Riding CJ.airs with open Tops and Sulkies, at 1© 

(ppUl Watches, at - - - 1 7 

Silver a-.:! other Watches, at 5 

' $feel aad Erafs wheel Clocks, at 10 
Wooden-v/hee.l Clocks, at - § 



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3unees of Silver Plate, at i dollar and n cents 
Jmer ounce, at 6 per cent. 
Money on Intereft, at 6 per cent. 

ftoufes Fire-places, at 2 50 

Houfes Fire-places, depreciated one quarter, at 1 HS 
Houfes Fire-places, ditto 1 half, at 1 -5 

Sfeufes Fire places, do. 3 qi\ at o §3 

jAiHiimcnts, 

LIST of STAMP DUTIES. 

! A NY certificate cf naturalisation. — 5 dollars, 
jl JL Any licenie to practife, or certificate of the r.dmif- 
1 Hon, enrolment, or re gift ry of any couiifellor, folicitor, 
attorney, advocate or proctor, in any cout of the Unit- 
led States, — 10 dollars. 

"Provided, that a ceitiilcatc in any one of the courts ti£ 
J the United States, for one of the faid offices, fhali f* 
J far as relates to the payment of the duty aforcfaid, 
be a fufficient admiflioc in all the courts of the Unit- 
ed States, for each and every of the laid •fSces. 
Any grant or letters patent, under the f.-alor author- 
ity of the United :'tates, (except for lands granted ior 
military fervices,( — 4 dollars. 
Any exemplification or certified copy of any fuch 
j;rant or letters patent, (except for lands granted for 
IBiilitary fervices,)— 2 dollars. 

V Any charter party, bottomry, ©r refpondentia bond, 
I*— one dollar. 

■ Any receipt or other difcharge for or on account of 
any legacy- left by any will or other teftamentary inftru- 
Blent, or for any mare or part of a perfcnal eft-ate ui- 
videci by force of any fiatute of diltxi but ions, ether thin 
to the wife, children, or grand children of the per fen 
■peceafed, the amount whereof (hall be above the value 
■ of fifty dollars, and fhali not exceed the value of one 
Jwndred dollars, — 25 cents. 

When the amount thereof fhali exceed the value ©I" 



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#hc hundred dollars, and mall not exceed fire hundre 
dollars, — 50 cents. 

And for every farther Aim of five hundred dollars 
the additional fara of— one dollar. 

Any policy of infur.ince or inftrument in the natur 

< h e reof, on any fliip, veffel or goods infured from on 

difcricl to anorher in the United States,- — 25 cents. 

Fmni the United States to any foreign port or place 

»' eto the fi*ui for which infurance is made fhallnot «' 

': i'.undrcd dollars,-— 25 cents. 

the funi infured ihaii^exceed five hundred do; 

h f policy of infur&i ce, or inftrument in the natur 

of, other than thofe heretofore ipecified, when th 

iurii infured -mail not exceed 5 hundred dollars,—- 25 ct«i 

When th«? fum in fared fliall exceed five hundred dol 

lirs,— <•» 

Any foreign bill ox exchange, draft or order for th 
payment of mbtiey in r 4\iy. foreign country,— 20 cents. 

A note or bill of lading, or writing or receipt in na 

ture thereof, tbr goods or merchandize to be exported 

om one dr' ■ . ,'ther diftrkl of the Unite? 

! : , notbeing i '-*.— 4 cents. 

from the United States te any foreign part 

Abu thB (ai - ~ jeable upon ?ai a | 

bill of exc t bill of \&A ti 

e^ach lev 

C 3 >':TzC US 

>on ligalprt jdicial proc 

, any truft or duty 

, ap duties. 

la ture fcever, that fnal 

the leal of a<»y court, other than fuch as it may in 

jtne duty of the clerk of fitch court to furnifh for the uf 

of the United States, or fbme particular (bate, — 50 cents 

Any bond, bill, fmgle or penal, foreign or inland biJ 

of exchange, proiniflbry note or other note, other thai 



i "3 ) 

ny recognizance, bill, bona, or other obligation or - 
r»et, made to or with the United States, or any flate, 
f for their ufe reflectively : 

jjjjf above twenty dollars and not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars,— io cents. 
If above one hundred dollars and not exceeding five 

hundred dollars,— 25 cents. 
If above five hundred dollars and net exceeding one 

thoufand dollars,— 50 cents. 
And if above one thoufand dollars,— 75 cents, 
•rovided, that if any bonds or notes ihall be payable at 
or within fxxty days, fuch bones or notes fhall be fuh- 
$eR to only two fifth parts of the duty aiorefaid, viz. 
If above twenty dollars and not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars,— 4 cents. 
If above one hundred dollars and not exceeding five 

hundred dollars,— 10 cents. 
If above five hundred dollars and not exceeding cne 

thoufand dollars,— 20 cents. 
If above one thoufand dollars,— 30 cents. 
A»y notes iilued by the banks : 
On all notes not exceeding fifty dollars for each dol- 
lar,— 6 mills. 
On all notes above fifty dollars and not exceeding one 

hundred dollars,— 50 cents. 
On all notes above one hundred dollars and not ex- 

citing five hundred dollars,— one dollar. 
On all notes above five hundred dollars,- 2 dollars. 
I Any protect, or other notarial act,— 2 5 cents. 

Any letter of attorney, except for an invalid penfion, 
Dr to obtain or fell warrants for land granted by the U. 
States as bounty for military fervices performed in the 
late war,— 25 cents. 

Any inventory or catalogue of any furniture, good-5 
frr effects made in any cafe required by law, (except *a 
Cafes of goods and chattels diftrained for rent or taxes, 
and goods taken in virtue of any legal prccefs by say 
rificer,— -5© cents, 



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Any certificate ©fa fliare in any infurance company 
•fa fhare in the bank of the United States, or of ai 
4tate or other bank : 

If above twenty dollars and not exceeding oae hut 

dred dollars,— 10 cents. 
If above one hundred dollars,— 25 cents. v 
If under twenty dollars, at the rate of ten cents fi 
one hundred dollars. 

United States Tax on Dwelling Houfes 

Firft clafs. When a dwelling houfe, the out houfi 
and the lot on which they ftand, are valued above ic 
dollars, and not more than 500 dollars, tke tax is 3 
oents on 100 dollars. 

Second clafs. When they are valued above 500 do 
lars and not more than 1000 dollars, the tax is 30 csm 
011 100 dollars. 

Third clafs. When they are valued above 1000 do 
lars, and not more than 3000 dollars, the tax is 43-cexn 
on 100 dollars. 

Fourth clafs. Whan tkey are valued above 3o#» do 
lars and not more than 600© dollars, the tax is 50 cent 
on ioo dollars. 

Fifth clafs. When they are valued above 6000 do 
Jars, and not more than 1 0,00c dollars, the tax is 60 cent 
on uo dollars. 

Sixth clafs. When they are valued above io,coo do 
Jars, and not more thaa 15,030 dollars, the tax is 7 
c.nts on 10a dollars. 

Seventh elafs. When they are valued above 15,0c 
♦dollars, and not more than 20,000 dollars, the tax 
2* cents on 100 dollars. 

Eigth clafs. When tbey are valued above 20,03o d» 
Jars, and not more than 30,000 dollars, the tax is 9 
cents on ioa dollars. 

Ninth clafs. When they are valued above 33,0a 
4«iiax3; the tax is one dollar oa one hundred dollars. 



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Tax en flavcs 50 cents. 

Tax on lands in Connecticut is 67 cents and 1 mille 
ion 250 dollars in value. 

A SUMMARY of the proceedings of the Commissioner t of 
the State of Qonnetticut, appointed under the aft ofCon* 
grefs, providing f§r the valuation of Lands , Mouses , and 
Slaves , shews the following result : 

No. Dwelling Houses, Value, 

ift Clafs, 19^9^54 4,667,391 

2d do. 2,653* 1,866,1 t I 

3d do. 880 1,400,867 

4th do. 51 194,177 

$thdo. 3 21,050 



23»572f Dolls. 8,149,59* 



Land. Value. 

Acres, 2,649,^8 Dols. 40,170,630 



Ko. ef taxable Slaves, 653. 

Houfes exempted frem valuation, $5ij 
Land do. do. 30,754 acres. 

Slaves do. do. 231 

The ftate of Connecticut's proportion of the direft tsi£ 
laid by Congrefs, is Dols. cts. m, 

129,767 e * 
Of this fum there will be raifed, 
On the 1 ft Clafs of 7 Rols. ct. m, 
Dwelling-Houfes, S 9,334 ?S % 
2d Clafs, 5,39'^ 33 3 

3d Clafs, 5,603 46 8 

4th Clafs, 970 88 .5 



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SthClaft, 126 30 



21,633 76 8 
$n Slaves, - 326 50 



21,960 26 S 



Leaving to be raifed on Lands, 

the Aim of - - - 107,806 73 4 

Which will require a tax equal to two dollars fixty*' 
eight cents four mills on each thoufand dollars of their 
valuation. 

Poll- Office Eftabii&iment. 

JOSEPH HAPERSHAM, PonVMafter-Ge»erai. 

(Salary 2400 dollars) 
Charles Buhr/lll, AHfUnt, (Salary 1200 dollars) 

RATES of POSTAGE 

For Letters conveyed by land, fiEgle, double and triple* 

Any cliilance not exceeding 49 miles 8 cents. 
*>vev 43 — 

— 15® 

_ 500 

Double letters are double, and triple letters, triple of 
fckeie rates. A packet ©f the wait of one ounce, at the 
rate of four fingle letters, and in like proportion for 
one of a greater weight. 

No allotrance to be made for intermediate miles. 

Single letters pafFiBg by fea, in packet boits, the pro- 
perty of United States, 8 cents each 5 double letters 
16 cents ; and triple letters 24 cents. All letters o£ 
packets by private veffels, Z cents ea«h, with the addi- 
tion of pottage, if defiined to any ©ther place tha» 
wUere the veffol may arrive* 



<p 


— 


.10 


150 





12 


300 

5©o 


' 


*7 
20 


- 




25 



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No veflel ca« bt permitted to report, make entry, or 
break bulk, until the mailer has delivered to the Poll- 
Mailer all the letters brougkt in his veilcl, except tkofo 
for the ©w »er or confignee. 

POSTAGE on NEWSPAPERS. 

Each paper not carried over ioo miles one cent, and 
•ver ioo miles, one and an half cents. But if carried 
to any poll office in the ftate in which it is printed, 

hateverbe the diftance, the poflage is only onecenjfc. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the fheet. 
Any diftance not exceeding 50 miles one cent. Over 
$0 and not exceeding 100 miles, one and an half cents. 
Any greater diftance two cents. 

Lift of Poft-Mafters, in the cities and principal 
towns in the United States, 



Maine, Monmouth, 

Portland, 

Bath, 

Plymouth, 

Brunfwick, 

SVeHs, 

mtw-Hamf>Jb'irjz f Walpole, 

ith, 
Kitftchujetts, Eoilon, 
Salem, 
fcedham, 
Nautucket, 
Northampton, 
WifcafTet, 
Williaraflowi, 
(Greenfield, 
■New bury port, 
New-Bedford, 
Sftockbridge, 
Springfield, 



Jahn Chandler, 
Samuel Freeman, 
D. Scwall, 
William Goodwin, 
Andrew Deming, 
Jofeph Storer, 
Alezander Thomas. 
Mark Simes, 
Jonathan Haflings, 
John Dabney. 

(. Shuttle worth. 
"William Coffin, 
Levi Lyman, 
Ebenezer VV hither, , 
William Starkweather* 
Thomas Dickman, 
Bulkley Emerfon, 
W. Tobey, 
Horatio Jones, 

j. Byera. 



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UW* Ifiwdy Newport, 

Providence, 

South-Kingfton, 

Briftol, 

Weflerlv, 

Ctimtftjaity Hartford, 

New -Haven, 

New- London, 

Norwaik, 

Guilford, 

Saybrook. 

Norwich, 

Stratford, 

Derby, 

Wallingfbrd, 

Windham, 

Stonin£ton, 

Plainfield, 

Colcheiler, 

SuHeld, 

Middkioun, 

Pomfret, 

Lyme, 

Wfthersfield, 

Killingwortb, 

Fairfield, 

Dan bury, 

Stamford, 

Canaan, 

Litchfield, 

Farmin^ton, 

Mil ford, 

New-York^ New-York, 

Canadarqua, 

Albany, 

Hudfon, 

LanfingourgH, 

geneva, 



J. Richard fon, 
William WilkinfoR, 
Samuel Gardiner. 
Hezekiah Umer. 
Iloufc Babccck, 
Ezekiel Williams, jr. 
Elias Beers, 
P^ickard Douglafs, 2d. 
William Lockwood, 
Medad Stone, 
Hamphr* Pratt, 
Gardiner Carpenter^ 
V. ^Vetmore. 
S. J. Andrews. 
James Carrington. 
John Byrne, 
JGirathan Palmer, jr» 
Eb^ntzer Eaton. 
Samuel A. Peter- . 
William Gay, 
Wendey Hobby. 
Lemuel Grofve nor, 
JKi a r Qi fie ] d Parfoas'. 
Levi Butler, 
Samuel Crane* 
Thaddeus Burr. 
Eben^zer li. White. 

A. Davenport. 
O. Burriil. 

B. Talmage. 
Samuel Richards. 
Wm. Durand. 
Sebaftian Bnuman. 
Thomas -Chapin. 
.George W. Mancitis. 
C Gelfton. 

j. B. Sheldea. 
E. H. Gordoft. 



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wburg, 
oy, 

g- Harbour, 

ewjerfey, Trenton, 
Kpwark, - 
Burlington, 
£lizabetht»wn, 
|Middleton-Point. 
fennfylvania, Philadelphia, 
Lane after, 
theft er, 
iriftol, 
Plttfburg, 

pelaivare, Wilmington, 
Maryland, Baltimore, 
^nnnpol.is, 
be or get own, 

;avre de GrafTe, 
'irginia, Alexandria, 

orfolk, 

illiamfourg, 

ichmond, 

ew-London, 

'eterftmrgh, 

\Siutb- Carolina, Charleflon, 
Georgetown, 
ftrmont, Windfor, 
Burlington, 
Wilkfbarre. 
Bennington, 
[Rutland, 
AT. W. Territory, Marietta, 



Caldwell. 

J. Woodworth. 
H. P. Deiing. 
Peter Gordon, 
J. Burns. 
T. Neil- 
T. Chapman, 
D. Foreman, 
Robert Patton. 
G. Moore. 
Aaron Cobourn. 
Jofe-ph Clum. 
George Adams. 
Edward Giipin. 
Alexander Furnival. 
S. Green. 
Richard Foufh 
Samuel fay. 
James M. McRea, 
Edward Archer. 
James Davis. 
Auguftin Davis. 
H. W. .Lange. 
John Gram me r. 
Thomas W.Bacot. 
Abraham Cohen. 
B. Cr,mens. 
John Fay. 
Lord Butler. 
Micah J. Lyman. 
Nathaniel Gove* 
J. Munre. 



ROAD 

' (No. I.) IGroton, miles 
ttittis Newport. [Stonington, 



4 "Privcntuc bridge, $ 
5,CIi&rl.8ftown, 8 



Tow«r-Hill, ! 7 
Ferry, ' 3 

Newport, 

49 
(No. II.) 

Lower Road to Pro 

vidence. 
To Towerhill, 39 
North Kingftou, 6 



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port U Portf- 

mouth, 22 

From Portfmoutb 

fr' Portland, 62 

From Portland to 

Machias, 203 



Greenwich, 

Fulling-Mill, 

Providence, 



(No. Ill) 
Middle road to Pro- 
vidence &: Bofton. 
Turnpike, Mont 
rille, 7 

Norwich, 7 

Liibon, 6 

Plainfield, 8 

Voluntown, 4 
Scituate, 1 1 

~- Manchefter, 
Providence, 
Attleborobigh, 
.— Holmes, 
Wrentham, 
Walpole, 
Dedham, 
Bofton, 



332 

(No. V.) 

Road to Hartford by 

lOj Middletown 

JjMontville, 7 

i®j_Otis, 4 

— — Chamberlain, 3 

68JColcheftcr, 6 

Arnold, 10 

Brown, 9 



Mfontague, i 

Northfield, 

Hinfdale, 

Chefterfield, 

Weftmoreland, 

Walpole, 

Charleftown, 

Claremont, 

Cornifh, 

Plainfield, 

Lebanon, 

College, 



Read to New-H 
,ve» &ni Ne\ 
York. 



Over the Ferry to 

Middletown, 
Rocky Hill, 
Wethersiield, 
Hartford, 



(No. IV.) 103 

From Bofton to 

Newburyport, 45 

From New bury - 



(No. VI. 
3 Road to Dartmouth 

College. 
Montville, 
Norwich, 
Franklin, 
Windham, 
Afhford, 
Union, 
Brimfield, 
Palmer, 
Belchertown, 
Aniherft, 
Sunderland. 



Lyme, 

Acrofs the Fei 
to Saybrook, 
Killingwortb, 
Guilford, 
Branford, 
New -Haven, 
Milford, 
Stratford, 
Fairfield, 
Norwalk, 
Stamford, 
Horfencck, 
Rye, 

Merineck, 
New- Rochel, 
Kingfbridge, 
New- York, 

u 



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Frankfort, 
Philadelphia, 



5 ? CharteftowH, ?• 
Acrofs the Sufque- 



96 

Frsm Philadelphia 
to Alexandria. 



hannah, 
Baltimore, 
Rope Ferry, 
— Spurrier's, 
, .— Rofe's, 
8 Alexandria, 

n 



7 

3 I 

8 

2$ 

Tel 



y#»Ntf^-York/# 
I Philadelphia, 
(ewark, 10 

fezabethtown, 6 
/ood bridge, 10 
irunfwick, 10 
fen Mile Run, 10 Derby, 
tfneeton, 8 Chefter, 

Trenton, j 2 Wilmington 

»rlftoJ, je'Chriftianbridgc, 9 

enny-Peck, JoJHead Elk, 12 

If TABLE shewing the difference of High -Water iti several 
places from New-London. 

rHE fixth column of each monthly page mews the 
time of High-water at New-London, Ne\v-York f 
tlizabethtown-Point, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape Henlopen, 
lock-Spur, in Georgia, and Biunfwick, in North- Caro- 
ina— to which if you add and fubtraft as in the annexed 
able, you will have the time of high -water at the foi- 
owing places.— (A) (hews that the annexed quantities 
jf time muft be added; (S) fubtra&ed— H flands for 
Sours, M for minutes. 

Names of Placss, 
Albany 
Imboy 

Inn : poli s, Mar. 
Innapolis, Novjc. 
tfewbedford 
Joftcn 
iurlington 

anfo 

tepe-Ann 

:«pe Fear 

mco Bay 
(pharlfciion bar 
fW. field 





H. 


M. 


Names of "Place 1 


*. 


H. 


M. 


A 


6 


3° 


Frederics, Georgia^ S 


I 


9 


S 





45 


Georgetown bar 


S 


2 


29 


S 


2 





Guilford 


A 


1 


i* 


A 


3 





liackenfack 


A 


3 


9 


S 


1 


12 


Halifax 


A 


3 





A 


2 


15 


Hell- Gate 


A 





z* 


A 





Z€ 


Hartford 


A 


2 


23 


A 


2 


SO 


Hingham 


S 


1 


32 


A 


2 


45 


Huntirgton 


A 


2 


» 


S 


T 





ipfwii h 


A 


2 


4S 


A 


a 


J5 


fames Town 


A 





5® 


S 


2 


201X1110 iiow n, Rfep. 


A 


6 





A 


2 


cjLouifbourgh 


A 


3 


i 








L 









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Knmes efpUccs. 
M^jin Ocean 
Mobille Point 
Nantucket 

Newbury port 

New-Haven 

New-Providence 



H. M- 

45 
5 o 

1 3° 



Newtown Landing y4 
Norwich Landing ytf 



Penobfcot 
Penfacola 
Philadelphia 
Pifcatk** ay 
Plymouth , 
Polepsl/s Ifland 
Port Royal, 5.C. 
Portfrnouti* 



A 

5 

A 

A 

A 
A 
S 
A 



"Narsix of Plates. 



Providence S 

Puriiburgh, 5.C. S 

_, Quebec A 

2 4S Reedy-Iflarsd A 
1 5?!llhor'e-Ifiand , 5 

1 25}Sa1em A 
x olSandy-Hoak 5 
o 45 Savannah 5 

3 oj Say brook A 

4 aajgtJ John's, 2v>w/. A 

2 40 Sum bury, Gecr. A 



I 55 

3 o 
o 32 
,2 45 



Ty bee Bar 
White- Sr one 
Wiliiamiburg, V. 



BANKS. 



,.. .»~ ... to7 . .... 

Wilmington, ZV'.C. ^ 



HARTFORD BANK. 
John Caldwell, efqr. President. 
• NormandKnox, Cafhier. 
Directors. 



Mefffti John Caldwell, 
fohn Morgan, 
Ephrairn Root, 
Gsorge Goodwin, 
Ezekiel Williams, jr. 



Thomas Bui!, 
Aamn Olmfted, 
Benjamin Bigelov/, 
Daniel Wadi'worth. 



VmOtfVAHK, tfETT-LONDOyr. 
Jvdedfefc Huntington, efq. Prefident. 
John Hallam, Gamier. 
Directors. 
Me*T. Jedediah Huntington,! Samuel Woodbvidge, 
Jofcph Kowland, "Marvin Wait, 

George Hall a in ? | Be la Peck, 



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Elias Perkins, 
Simeon Thomas, 
James Tilley, 
Jofeph Perkins, 



Jona. Starr, 
Daniel Lathrop, 
Guy Richards. 



NEW- HAVEN MANK. 

Ifaac Beers, efqr. Prcfident. 

William Lyon, Cafliier. 

Dirctttrs. 



WtelT. Tfaac Beers, 
Jofeph Drake, v 
Thaddeus Bcecher, 
Stephen Ailing, 
Ehsnezer Peek, 



Frederick Hunt, 
Abraham Bradley, 
Titus Street, 
Dyer White, 



NORWICH $ AUK. 

Eb?nczer Huntington, efq. Present. 

Hezekiah Perkin3, Cafhi^r. 

Directors* 

tee IT. Eben. Huntington, Jabaz Parkins, 

Jofeph Williams, . JohnTainter, 

Elias Brown, ■ Benjamin Snow, 

Jomua Huntington, Banjamjri Coit, 

Thomas {[anningj Roger Bulkier, 

J£lil»ii Horde, Lsvi Huntington. 
Thomas Lathrop, 



Freemen's Meetings. 

FREFEMEN's MEETINGS in Conneaicbf, 
are by law 'held annual!}' the third Monday 
in September, and on the Monday next follow* 
ing the fiift Tuefday in April. 



Cm) 

Militia of Conne&icufc. 

Jtis Excellency Jonathan Trwmeull, Efquii 

Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

jlon. John Tiiadwill, Efq'r, Lieut. Geneni 

Ebenezer Huntington, efq. Adjutant General. 

John Mix, efq. Quarter-Mafter-General. 
Col. Jabez Huntington, ? Aids de e*mp ts the 
Col. Daniel Wadfworth, $ Commtn&er in Chief. 

FirJt Divifiun, confifti»g of lft and yth Brigade 
Noah Phelps, efq. Major- General. 
Lawre » ce > I Aids diCmmf. 

Firft Brigade, 
Elijah Chapman, jun. Brigadier- General. 

Samuel Whittlefey, Brigade-Major. 

*ft Regt. Timothy Seymour, Lieut. Col. Commandar 

Job Allen, ift Maj. Simon Clarke, ad Maj-. 

Thomas €k>odmao, Adjutant. Henry A. Rowlar 

Chaplain. Jona. Parker, Pay-Mafter. Devoll Merg$ 

Surgeon. Jafon Jeroms, Surgeons Mate. 

Mjitrefi Company , 

Timothy Burr, Capt. Joh» Rufs, i-ft Lieut. Hen 
Hal', 4d Lieut. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Knfigns. 

Thomas Cooley, Stephen Collin*, John WadfVtrti 
Eiiakim Mar&all, Jena. Loomis, Gideon Barber, 
JoelCarter, Elijah Terry, Sam' 1 Camp, 

then. F. Bifiell, Mofes Wing, C. Phelps, r 

Allyn Seymour, j of. Whiting, Gurdon S. Whitiri 

£iihu Marfhall, Benj. Moore, Benj. Grifwold, 

Soio. Grifwold, Hez. Parlbnj, Iia&c Clark, 
George Latimer, job Higley, Hez. Latimer^ 

Afhbel Speneer, Moft s Burj* Benj. B«llts> 



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UII 



SfcfrRegt. George Humphreys, Lieut. Col. Command- 
Tbrit. Chauncey Pettibone, ift Major. Azariah WiM- 
cox, 2d Mi jor. 

Gurdon Gould, Adjutant. Jeremiah Hallock, Chap- 
en li"* Reuben Forward, Quarter Matter. A. Camp- 
ell Humphreys, Pay-Mafter.* John Bettor, fcur&eou. 
lorace Hillyer, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains, 
*ni u el Clark, 

^oah A. Phelps, Ariel Cafe, 

i fofeph Cornifn, Roiwell Phelps, 

Slijah Gillet, OxiasPettibone, 

ibel Adams, Eliina Grifwold, 

iaron Cafe, Wait Latimer, 

Savid Mefienger, Joei Griffin, 

William Phelps, AmafaRezd, 

San Dibble, Simon Cufliman, 

arius Mofes, William Wiiicox. 

JEiias Cafe, Dan Cafe, 



Lieutenants* Enjigtu. 

Jofepli Grifweld, Hez. Holcomb, jr. 



Calvin Barber 
Eraiius Bates, 
Calvin Holcomb. 
Jofeph Pettibone, 
Jofoa. Pettibone, jr# 
Ifrael WeiTcnger, 
Aaron Poll, 
Elijah Holcomb^ 
Daniel Mofes, 
jofcph Dyer. 



I^th Regt. Shubael Grifwold, Lieut. Col. Command- 
ant. Eieazer Paine, itt Muj. John Philips, 2d Maj. 

Chailes Jenks, Adjutant, ©ivid M'Clure, Chaplain, 
lijah T.Reed, Surgeon. Allen Hyde, Surgeon's Mate* 

M/ttrsfs Company. 
Samuel Pitkin, Capt. Tiiaddeus Pitkin, ift Lieut* 
John Sage, 2d Lieut. Mofe- Hills, 3d Lieut. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Abiel Wolcott, Aaron Biifell, Charles Rockwetf, 

WyllisRuffeli, Roiwell Prior, 
Richard Olmfted, John Pitkin, 
Afa Filh, . John- Ofbom, 

John Marshall, Elijah Talcott* 
Ezra Braiiiard, Mofes Enfign, 
Samuel Chapman, Jofeph Abbott, Robert Hyde, 
[obn Qlcott, Ithamer Smith, Elifha Okdt% 7 

L a 



John Watfon, 
Martin Pitkin, 
Sumuel Stiles, 
Jarcd Cone, 



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Cornelius Roberts,01iver Hunt, Juflus Talcott, kith 

Walter Goodale, Allen Brownfon, Elliot Grant, A 

Job ILlfworth, John Stoughton,. Benj. LeomiSf Rid 

>4oah Prieft, Jofeph Burto*, Stepho* SidwcIL Abij 

2 2d Regt. Ebenezer Gay, Lieut. Col. Commandants 
Abijah Safiions, iftMaj. Eben. Spencer, 2d Maj v 

Abel Beftor, Adjutant. Calvin Ingals, Chaplai 
Amariah Avery, Quarter- Mailer. Elifha Stearns, Pa fo 
Mailer. Samuel Willard, Surgeon. GttEdon Thomftf, 
Surgeon's Mate* 

Mutrofs Company. 
Edward Oimock, Capt. Jabez Bradley, ift Lieij 
Stlaii Hibbafd'i 2d Lieut. 

CiijffaiiUFi Lieutenant*. Enfigns. 

b.m lei Dim ock, Biidad Curtifs, Cephas Brighant, 
Solvin Converic, Clarke Lillybridge,Tim. Blodget, 
Amabel Steel, Ephraim Weft, Stephen Griggs, 

Thomas Jennings, Abiel Fenton, Eben. Eldridge, 

Jofeph Sajeij, David Raw fon, David Moore, 

Tubal Cafe, Noah Porter, Shubael Brufteiy 

Plamehas Halb, Jon. Whitehen, Abner Cady, 
Eliakim Chapman,EzraRawden, 

fohn Orcutt, Porter V/albridge,Eph. Hyde. 

Sims on Dimock, Caleb Carlton, Reuben Bradley.' 

•3 1 it Rest. Thomas Sheldon, Lieut. Col. Command! 
jofeph Parfons, lit Alaj. Alpheus Peafe, 2d M«|l 

Samuel Reynolds, Adjutant. Nehemiah Preddec 
G':v plain. ThaddcusLeavitt, jr. Qu'r-Mafter. Ebex 
e„er King, jr. Pay-Mafter. Howard Alden, Surgeon. 

CaMdins. Liattcnants. Ensigns. 

Caleb jones, jr. Sam'! Reynolds, Peter Peafe, 
Dan Lcflcr,' Julius Grasger, Thad. Leavitt, j 

Walter Aihfworta, Samuel Wright, Oliver Chapin, 
Hofea jbllfoifc S.CoIUm Grifwold,Epapu. Pomeroy 



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ftiehard Abbe, jr. Stone Peafe, 
Afaph Terry, jofiah Bicknell, 

Richard Peafe, Elijah Kibbe, 
Abij. Remington, Seth Kent, jr. 
ElihuKent, Calvin Aultin, 



James Vieti. 



fienj. Paribus 
N ahum King, 
Samuel Pomerey, 
Jofeph Fuller, jr. 
Oliver L. Phelps, 



Edmund Stephens. Silas Warner. 



Firft Regiment of Cavalry. 
lAndrew Hillyer, Liewt. Col. jeduthun Cobb, Major. 
Jofeph Utley, Adjutant. William F. Miller, Chaplain. 
Apollus Hillyer, Quarter-Matter. AppletOn llc-bbinj, 
Pay-Mafter. E. Buck, Surgeon. 



Ill Company. 

Elilha Allen, Capt. 
David Grant, ift Lieut. 
Solomon Enfign, jr. 2d Lt. 
Thomas Moore, Cornet. 

2d Company. 
Hithen Cafe, Capt. 
Job Cafe, I A Lieut. 
Obed Hoi comb, 2d Lieut. 

Cornet. 

3d Company. 
Giles Loomis, Capt. 
Win. Tliompfon, 1 ft Lieut. 



Graves Smith, 2d Lieut. 
Levi Skinner, Cornet. 

4th Company. 
James Conveiie, Capt. 
Amos James, 1 ft Lieut. 
Gad Page, 2d Lieut. 
James Eaton, Cornet. 

5th Company. 
Amos Alden, Capt. 
David Fowler, ift Lieut. 
RifcomW Albro, 2d Lieut. 
Solomon Gleafon, Coinefc; 



Seventh Brigade. 

Epaphroditus Champion, Brigadier General. 
Joiiah GriiSn, Brigade Major and Infpe&or* 
6th Regt. Elifha Hale, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Zebulon llichardfon, ift Maj. jehii Idaie, 2d Mij. 
Frederick Butler, Adjutant. William Lockwood, 
Chaplain. Jonathan belles, Quarter-Mafler. Jehiei 
Male, Pay-Mailer. Abncr Mofeley, Surgeon. 

Captains. hieutenants* Erfigrr* 

Levi Churchill, Eliiha Rch'einsj Jarass Smith, 



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Jaraerl^oodhotife, James Francis, 
Elifha Welles, George Sellew, 
Hofea Bulkley, Hez. Whitmore, 
Levi Lufk, Levi vVelles, 

James M* Lean, Afa Qoflee, 
Eliakiai Goodricb,H'aae HoUifter, 
David Dickinfon, Abijah Porter, 



Allen StilTm an, 
Samuel Sellew, 
Philo Goodrich, £ 
Abfalom Welles, 
George Hunt, 
Noah Goodrich, 
David Goodrich. 



^th'Xegt. Solomon Cowles, Lieut. Col. Commandant 
Gideon Hart, ift Maj. Jonathan S. Wightman, ad Maj 
Elijah Monrofe, Adjutant. Benoni Upfon, Chaplain 
Luther Seymour, Ouarter-Nfefter. Afh-bei Tillotfon 
Pay-Mafter. Theodore Waulfwofth, Surgeon. Syl 
Teller Welles, Surgeon* s-Mate. 

Grenadier Company* 

Lieutenants. Knjxgns* 

John M. Cafe. 

Lirbt Infantry, 
John Barnes. Gik* Languor 

Artillery. 
JefTe Gaylord, jun.Elijah M^nrofs, 

Bryan Hooker. 
Daniel Tillotfon, Jofep h Porter, 
Ozias Cowles, Jefft Dickinfoa, 
Aaron Hart, 
J«hn Rich, 
Gould CrHfey, 



C*p tains* 
Elias Lewis. 

Samuel Hart. 



Elijah Francis, 
Eli Howe, 



Samuel Biihop, 
Waiter Beechsr, 
Ard Hart, 
Giles Humphry, 
Amos Peck, 



Luther Seymour, 
John Lee, 
Juftas Francis, 
Simeon Matthew* 
Jofeph Finch, 
Afhbel Tillotfon, Obadiah Gillet, 
Benoni Gillet, Jefle Aiicox, jurw 
Amos Smith, Jofeph Goodyeaa 

Theod. Pettibone, Alex. Pettibone, I 
Eben. A. Bronfon, Samuel Hart. 



33d Regt. Lemuel Storrs, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
John Park, rft Maj. Seth Overton, 2d Maj. 

John Fifk, Adjutant. Vacant, Chaplain. Samuel? 
Bigclaw, Quarter- Matter. Elnathan Smith, Jr. Fa^ 



Waiter. Win. B. 
nrgeon's-Mate. 



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Hall, Surgeon* 

Light Xnfdntrj. 
Luutanants. 



Inoch Huntington.Bezal. Latimer, 
obDoan," Wra.C. Hall. 



lenj. Williams, 
Vm. Ranacy, 
ohn Hubbard, 
)avidHall, 
Jimeon North, 
Vnfel Brainerd, 
EliJha Coe, 
Sparrow Smith, 
[•fcpli Pelton, 



Francis Sage, 
Ifracl Kelfey, 
Enoch Groan, 
Samuel Wilcox, 
Simeon Korth, 
Elias Seldcn, 
Olivar Bailer, 
Samuel Brown, 
Abcer Sage, 



J oka ^Richmond, 



Timo.Southmayd, 
Nathaniel Doan, 

Jonathan Lewis, 
Jofeph Wells, 
Elijah Chans berlin f 
Daniel White, 
Hofoa Goodrich, 
Freeman Arnold, 
Jeboida Miller, jr. 
Jabez Hall, 
Samuel If aniield, 



14th Kegt. Daaiel Watrous, Lient. Col. Commandant 
Jon. O. Mofeley, tft Maj, Dan. Worthington, ad. Maj. 

©liver Church, Adjataat. Elijah Parfoni, Chaplain. 
Zachariah Olmfted, gLuarter-Mafter. Jefeph Wor thing- 
ton, Pay- Mailer. Noab B. Feot, 
O. Day, Surgeon' s-Mete. 

Captains. Liemttnsnti. 

Sam'l. P. Lord, George Lord, 

Jofhua Hall, 

Darius Gates. 

Sasauel Skinner, 

Mu»ford Dolbear,George Palmer, 
Sam. amnions, jr. Aaron Fox, Oliver Church, 

Kulfel Harvey, Diodate Jones, 
Paniel Dodge, Jacob Lomis, Daniel Jones, 



Gibbons Mather, 
ElimaCone, 
Btnj. Adam?, 
Abel Gates, 



Surgeon. Step hex 

KnfigKS* 
Brainerd Cone, 
Eli Gillet, 
lam. Huntington, 
John Ackley, 



7th Regiment of Cavalry. 

Jonathan Cowles, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Sampfon K. Hunt, Maj. Wm S. Jud 1, Adjutant* 
^Jofeph Watomrn, Chaplain. Mark Lewis, Qu*0§r* 



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Mafter. Jeremiah Eurnharo, Pay-Mafter 
Surgeon. 

I ft Company. 
Uriah Carrier, Captain, 
Oliver Warner, Lieut. 
Samuel Sp^ncsr, 2d Lieut 
Salomon Judd, Cornet. 

2d Company: 
Jofeph Galpin, Captain. 
James Plumb, Lieut. 
Jofeph jobnfon, 2d Lhut. 
Allia Gilbert, Cornet. 

3d Company. 
©aniel Langdun, Captain. 



Eli Tod 



Solomon FiJk, Lieut» : 
Joel Root, 2d Lieut. 
Mark Lewis, Cornet* 

4th Company. 
Luke Wadfwortk, Capt* U 
Wm. S. judd, Lieut. 
Ebea. S. Gleafon, 2dLieii 
Gad Cowles, Cornst. 

5 th Company. 
Elifha Williams, Captain; 
Leonard Wells, Lieut. I 
Jeremiah Bunitfam; 2d L 



Second Divifion confiffcirjg of 2d & 4th IVrigadci 

"Williaai Hart, Efq. Major- General. 



; 



Hon. David Dagget, 
liich'd W. Hart; 



Second Brigade. 

Jofeph Wiilc^x, 2d, Brigadier General, 
Nathan Wilcox, Brigade-Major. 

3d Regiment. Samuel Bellamy, Lt. Col. Commandant 
Thomas Potter, ill M-aj. Stephen Ball, 2d Maj. ; 
Nathaniel Hubbard, Adjutant. James Dana, D-D. 
Chaplain. Wm Trowbridge, Ouarter- Mafter. Wil- 
liam Lyon, Pay Mafter. Levi Ives, Surgeon, jofial 
Hoot, Suvgeon's Mate. 

Artillery. 
John P. Auftm, Capt. John Hunt, irV Lieut. Auftifl 

Towiifcnd, 2d Lieut. , Enilgn. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jofeph Mix, Henry I. Coo!edge,CharlesBoftwick r 

lie^k L.vuibury, Ifaac M. Wales, Jofeph Lane, 



tos Bradley, Samuel Chidfey, Samuel Twt'iV, 
/•id Benham, D. Trewbridg*, jofeph Merrick, 
fni f.lakeflcy, James Pierpont, Oliver Todd, 
tn'r R. Webb, Abraham Bifhop, Ifaac BafFct, 
i At water, Elias Hotclikifs, Jefle Ives, 

n Hubbard, Moles .Me-rriam, Levi Bradley. 

Rf.gt. William TuMy, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
jjftrfg* Morgan, id Maj. JohnStannard, jr. 2dMaj. 
jitken Leet, Adjutant. Frederick Wm. Hotchkifs, 
iplain. Joel GriiVold, Quarter-Matter, jofiah Knotr, 
r-]VIafter. Benjamin Rill> Surgeon. Levi Ward, 
geon's Mate. 

'),ipia;ns. Licutevr.vts, Ersfgns. 

fus Clark,' James Chapman, John Whittlefty, 
nting May, James Bates,- Arnold '1 "yler, 

u'l Iledfieid, 3dTimot:hy Grane, Ruins Kilney, ■ 
Vpb Hill, Beaiiin't Clark,2cl. Reynold Kirtiand, 

Vacant, Nathan XCirtJ&nd, Piter Spencer, 

adiah Cone, John Cla;k, . Curtis Smith, 

iBuell, Henry Hill, Dan Lane, 

n. Southworth, Gideon Leet, Wm. Warner, 

nes Thomas, David Spencer, SamueJ Hubbard, 
a Plutts, George Clark, Bela Clark, 

1 kegt.. Jo^n N. Wadftyortb, Lt. Col. Commandt. 
Rut us Hitchcock, i& Maj. Eben. Hale, 2d Maj. 
JefTe Atwater, Adjutant- John Foot, 1 Chaplain.— 
auncy Cook, Quarter-Mail cr. -^lifha* WhittJefey, 
y- Mailer. A a*' on Andrews, Surgeon. Mofec Gay- 
d, Surgeon's Mate. 

Light Infantry. 
Captr.h;s. , Ensigp* J/imi;i:cnis. 

f^ph Hitchcock, Afa Pe\k, Eli P.-ck. 

B. Newton, SamuelTuttle, Hez. Reynolds, - 

Southmayd, Israel Camp, Joel Coc, 

m. Woodruff, Jefle At water, Berj. Baldwin, 



Jb^n ?eck, 
Jof. Merriam, 

Seth Seward, 
Stiles Hotchkifs, 



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Jof. P. Boolittl*, 
John Couch, 
Noah Cone, 
Jarad Burr, 



Amafa Deolittit?,. 
Elnatban Iv«S| 
Vacanr, 
Elias Ford. 



27th Regt. Samuel Robinfon, jr. Lt. Col. CommaRdt 
Rufus Norton, ift Maj. Solomon Liadfley, 2d. Maj 

Nathaniel Griffing, Adjutant. John Elliot, Chaplain J 
Jonathan Bifhoa, £>aarter -Matter. - Nathaniel RoiUter, I 
Pay-Mafter. David S. Brooks, Surgeon. Jared Red J 
field, Surgeon's Mate. 

Light Inf&ntrj* 
Captains* Lieutenants. Etifigns. 

arnual Elliot, Vacant, Vacant. 



Nathan Fowler, 
EH Fowler, 
Seth Biflaop, 
Benj B. Wilcox, 
Gideon Norton, 
Reuben Page, 
Jofiah Lindfley, 
Eber Munger, 



Samuel Fowler, 
Edward Baldwin, 
James Davis, 
Fhinehas Meigs, 
Oliver Fowler, 
Eliada Rofe, 
Wm Douglafs, 
Benjamin Field, 



Silas Benton, 
Samuel Beech, 
Timethy Johnfon,- 
Jafper Conklin^, 
Abel Roffettr, 
Francis Hall, 
John Maitby, 
Jofiah Munger, 



g2d Regt. Daniel Sacket, Lieut. Col. Commandant 
Vacant ifiand 2d Major 
Wbi. H. Fowler, Adjutant. Vacant Qr. Matter 
Vacant Pay-Matter. Samuel Sanford, Surgeon. V a 
cant Surgeon's Mite. 

Grenadier Companies. 

Captains. Lieutenants Etfirfts. 

Benj. Biv-, Samuel Higbv, Jof. B. Bartow, 

Me dad Hotchkifs, A mafa Tuttle, 

J oh n C unn, JL ^ m ue 1 D urand , 

Ab'jcSh Smith, Rtnjumin Cone, 

Abw! Claik> Stephen Gunn,jr 

Samuel Newton, Jofcpli Newton, 



Peck Clark. 

Stephen A. Treafi 
Stephen Stone, 
David Peck, 
Eeos Hitchcock, 



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•hn Davis, Joel Perry, S. A. Buckingham 

jhn Thomas, Silas Hotchkifs, EnosTodd, 

nos Smith, Benj. Englifh, Obed Wcbfter, 

aniel Holbrook, Beacher Johnfon, David Smith, 

Artillery. 

toah Lcfter, Capt. Joel Bradford, ift Lieut. Benjami* 
Kurd, 2d Lieutenant. 

Second Regiment of Cavalry. 
Andrew Hull,jr. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

. Baniel Willard, Major. William Lynde, Adjutant. 
Leuben Ives, Chaplain. Henry Lynde, Quarter- Ma iter $ 
ohn MitcheJ, Pay- Mafter. Gould G. Norton, Surgeon, 



i ft Company.- 
Ibenezer Lindfley, Capt. 
tephen Maltby, ift Lieut. 
Jenjamin Page, 2d Lieut, 
imeon Goodyear, Cornet. 

2d Company. 
Ifonathan Williams, Capt. 
edediah Hants, jr. Lieut. 



3d Company. 
Benjamin Morfe, Capt. 
John Beach, ift Lieut. 
Benjamin Hall, 2d Lieut* 
Stephen Ccok, Cornet. 

4th Company. 
Timothy Higgin 5, Captain. 
Richard Treat, ift Lieut* 

I Ephraim Baldwin, 2d Lt. 
Afa Piatt, Cornet. 



Fourth Brigade, 

Ebenezer Mead, Brigadier General. 
Roger M. Sherman^ Brigade Major and infpedtr* 

ftb Regt. Burr Gilbert, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 
Jofeph Noyes, ift Maj. Medad Bradley, 2d Maj. 

Danie* Betts, Adjutant. Hezekiah Iliplcy, Chaplain* 
Iturges Sanford, Quarter- Mafter. Benjamin Hall, Pay 
Vlafter. David Rogers, burgeon. TLomas Peek, Sur« 
eon's-Matc. 

M 



Captains* 
Afahel Salmons, 

Klijah Bibbins, 
Gerfhom Burr, 
¥m. Bennet, 
\Vm. Hill, 
Stephen Gray, 



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Matrofs. 
Lieutenants. 



Lewis Goodfell, 

Barnabas Purges, 
Jofeph Tayjor, 
Jofeph Kill, 
John Gray, 



Albert Lockwood, Morehouie Goley, 
Alben Bradley, Miles Marvin, 
Xazarus Hull, Eli Lyow, 
Cyrus Brinfmade, Wm. Gregory, 



Enfigns. s'; : 

Joel Goodfell, 
Burr Sturges, 
Ab'm Morehoufi? I 
Wm. Wilfon, 
Elias Bates, 
Hez. Dikcman, 
Levi Wheler, 
Ifaac Beach, 
Ifaac Bennett. 



9th Regt. Alexander Mi Ms, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
Hanford Hoyt, ift Maj. Jofeph BrewH, 2d Maj. 

Maltbie Newman, Adjutant. Daniel Smith, Chaplafil 

Ebenezer Mead, Quarter- Mailer. Ephraim Meac 

Pay- Mailer. Shadrach Mead, Surgeon. 

Light Infantry. 

Cnbtains* Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

David Water-bury, Ruben Mead, 

Ebenezer Hoyt, Enos Waterbury, 
|ona. JeiTop, jun. Joihua Ferris, 
Ifaac Smith, Jofeph Sillick, 

!Nath;in?el Brown, Squire Hubby, 
Nehemiah Brown, Jafper Mead, 
Frederic Hoyt, Jered Smith, 
Jacob Fletcher, Thomas Mead, 
Samuel Dean, Ebenezer Dean, 



Jofeph Ferris, 
The'. Lounfbury 
Lemuel Ritch, 
Jatham Wilfon, 
David Smith, 
Charles Peck, 
Eph'm Jpnes. 



28th Regt. Matthias Nicoli, Lieut Col. Commandant 
Edmond Curtice, jr. ift Maj. George Healy 2d Maj 

Phil© Lewis, Adjutant. Afhbel Baldwin, Chaplaiir 
John Wclis, Quarter- Mailer. Agur Shelton, Pay Mai 
ter. Charles Toiiiliiifon, Surgeon. John Skinner, Sur 
geonVMaU. 



Captains* 
fc't. Whetmore 



Ties Eeardiley, 

inuel L. Hard, 

och Foot, 
nos Burr, 
hr. Wilcockfon 
wis She Iron, 
m Wiicockfon, 
>ez Beardfley, 



( '35 ) 

Mfitrofs, 
Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

A Haw Icy, jr. if!:. 
Ed. Burroughs, 2d. 

Grenadiers, 
Stephen Beaidfley,Philo Nichols, 

'Light Infantry. 
Elias Beardfley, Abel Ha w ley, 

Philo Fairchild, Wm. Walker, 
Tho's Brouth\vcll,Daniel Meff-r, 
,Jere. Beardfley, liaac J. Booth, 
liauC Beardfley, E i Shelton, 
Abel French, George Sherman, 

Amos Ofbom, lfaac Sherman, 



:h Regt. Jolhua King, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
ofeph Seely, lit M;j. Nathan Sanibrd, 2d M.j. 
Thomas Ho>.t, Adjutant. Matthias Burnet, Chaplain. 
m. Olmilcd, Qua rtei -Mailer. Amos Baker, Surgeon. 
Burt, Surgeon's-Mate. 

Matrofs. 
"Lieutenants. Erftgfts. 

Jofiah Thatcher, 
Azariah Smith; 3d. 

I ft Grenadiers. 



Captains. 
) Smith, 



fe Richards, 

zekiah Betts, 
>t> D .uchy, 
ilaacs, 



2d Grenadiers. 



Timothy Fitch, 
Ames Smith, 
Thomas Hoyt, 
dock Raymond,] ofeph Sturges, 
utt. St John, Charles Weed, 
vid Street, Jeremiah Bates, 

nuel Burrell, John Hurlbut, 
afc £eeler, Silai St. John, 



Nathan Jervife, 

I "" ' 5 

Stephen Wood, 

Sam. Comilock, 
Jonathan Bates, 
jofeph L. Marvip, 
TlxaddeBs Mead., 



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Bourth Regiment of Cavalry* 

-Jofeph Walker, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

^urtifs Tomlinfon, Mij. ]of«ph Tomlinfon, Ad)f 

Vi&ory Wefcmore, Pay-Mafter. Lewis Burton, Qu». 

t*r- Matter. Wm. Shelton jr. Surgeon. 



t ft Company. 

Matb'l Lewis, capt. 
John Curtis, =*{£ Heut. 
Samuel Gartick, 2d d*~ 
Xlijab Hawley, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Bartlet Hanfo'rd,, capt. 
Henry Jar vis, lil: lieut. 
Samuel Carter, 2d do. 
B&rtkt Patton,-.cc»rnet. 



3d Company. 
Abtl Hall, capt. 
David Turney, ift Heufc • 

Kezekiah Hull, cornet. 

4th Company. 
William' Waterbury, capei 
Silvanus Sillick, lit lieut' 
Robert iVL-ad, 2d do. 
Ifaac Quintard, cornet. 



*T^rd Divifioa confiding of 3d and 5th Brigade 

Kbenezer fit ntiiigton, Efq. Major- General. 

Calvin O add ird efq > ^ d Q 
EHpk't I errv, efq. 5 

Third &Mgade, 

lofepfe "Willi rims, Brigadier- General. 

, -Modes 'Tyk' r, Brigade Major and Inipeftor. 

3'i, P».egt Satr \uel Green, LU>ut. Col. Comsnanda* 
Tbaddeus Brood's, ift &£aj. Multord Raymond, 2d M 

Giles HempfHed, Adjutant. Samuel Haynes 
Matter. David Coit, Pay -Mailer.— Senj. Butler, St 
geon. IfaacfX'uompfog, Surgeon's Mate. 

Independent C$mp4*jy, 
Gtytalnt. Lieutenants* Enfyns. 

SVmetJi Smith, John P. Trotfe Giles HempfUAi 



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Light Infantry* 
eorgc Allen, James Forfytb, William Raymond. 



ichard Fofdick, Chr. Manwaring, John Carol, 
allam Hempfted, Samuel Packwoed, Peter Richards, 
aac Thompfon, David Patten, Nathan Bio\vn f 
f illiam Stewart, Stephen Prentice, Charles Avery, 
an'l Waterhoufe,John Bilhop, John Turner 

hilip Morgan, JafonBeckwith, Thomas Gortofa, 
m'l Bradford, jr. Daniel Baker, Daniel Smithy j 

»nn Prentice, Ephraim Frink. / 

th Regt. David Boardman, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Ebeuezer Avery, ift M?j. Daniel Avery, 2d Maj. J 

Elifha Braman, Adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, Chaplaic,, 
Toungs Avery, Pay-Mailer. John O.Miner, Surgeon, 
lifciop Tyler, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Javid Avery, Elilha Orary, Robert S. Av^ry. I 

[oh* Chefter, Guidon Ledyard, Peter Avery,; / 

lalph Hurlburt, Stephen Newton, Mark Stoddard, / 
ft illiam Cogfwell, Eli ma Lefter, Eliflia Bramrtn> I 

■ ■ ' - , Elifh'a Prentice, Nathaniel Cpit, 

ftofwell Fifh, Sirncn Rhodes, Stephen Halty, 

£benezer Morgan, Ruius Allyn, Youngs L.Morgaik 

John Safford, jr. Roger Sterry, Jed. Baritciv, 
<Vmos Spicer, Ichabod Stoddard, John tpiceri 

pGthRegt; Zach. Huntington, Lieut Co|. Cornmandtj 
Afa Fitch, lil M*j. Afa Benjamin, fid Mej. | / 

Cuftnwg Eelh, Adjutant. Jofeph Strong, Chapkia.*** 
oftph 1 racy, Qnartcr-Mafler. Vacant Pay M titer. ' 
Joan Turner, Surgeon, jed. Burnham, f urg«oii's Wate> 

Matrcfs. 

Captains. Lieut emits. p*{/&4fti 

Cur, Huntington, Andrew Parifo, 

M Z 



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l*ight Infantry* 
Thomas Tracy, Cuming Eells, lof. Huntington'. 

Grenadier. 
Samuel Tyler, William Lefter, Vacant. 



\ Ourdon Gitiford, 
) Eieazer Tracy, 
\ Andrew Clark, 
Nathaniel Kimball 
John Hmgh, 
Cherub Abel, 
Simeo* Hubbard, 
Fred. tferkins, 



Eleaz.r Rogers, Martin Edgerto^ 

Calvin Tracy, Benj Greenilit, 

Elij ih Tracy, Cyrus Bifhop, 

,fcllijih Benjamin, Vacant, 

Uriah Downer, J bez Hough, jr*» 

AfoerLadd, BenajahLadd, 

David Tracy, Charles Fitcb f 
Ephraim Bnfhnel, John Hyde. 



30th Regt. EHasS. Palmer, Lieut. Col. Commandant] 
i Edward Swan, ift Maj. Ifaac Williams, idMaj. 

Daniel Mineral. Adjutant. HezekiahN. Woodrufl 
Chaplain. Samuel Avery, Quarter- Mailer. Prentii 
Frink, jr. Pay-Mafter. Wm. Hobinfoa, Surgeon. W» 
Xord, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains. Lieutenants. 

Ephr. Williams, PaulBabcock, 
jobs Baldwin, Uaniel Meecb, 
Williun Randall, Ichabod Brown, 
Caleb Green, Tho's H Peckham 

Silas Wheeler, Adam Brown, 
•Banford Palmer, Gilbert Palmer, 
David "Main, Jepiha Brown, 

$3efe$miah Palmer,Lodowick Niles, 



Enfigns. 
Prentice Frink, J I! 
Afa Prentice, 
jarcd Wilcox, 
,Sam'l Avery, 
Jofeph Wheeler Ji 
Jeremiah York, 
Edward Holmes, 
Jehnjefiers. 



33a Re^t. Lemuel Lee, Lt. Col. Commasdt. m 
■Rictf.d E, Seldesi, ift Maj. Watrus Beckwith, 2d M*j. 
Tofiah G. Ely, Adjutant. David Higgins* Chaplnir 
David M. fewrt, Puarter M^fter. Barnabas Lore 
Kv-Mafter] Jobu^oyei, Snrgeon. Elyab Butt! 
'Sargcoii's Mate* 



SethEly, Capt. 
Lap'afs, 2d Lieut. 



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IfUtrofs Company. 
Marfti Ely, id Lieut* Jonitfct* 



1 



Light Infantry. 

Captain/. Lieutenants. Enjigns. 

Wm. Sterling, Enoch Lord, jr. Jofeph Smith. 

Grenadier Company. 
Nehemiah Smith, Daniel Peek, Daniel S. Way, 



Sim«n Smith, 
Geo. Beckvrith, 
Eelden Warner, 
Luther Keeves f 



David Avery, 

Jedediah Bcebe, John M. Lee, 

Daniel Marvin, Jofeph E. Ely, 

Abner Comftock, Afa Comftock, jr: 

Eliflia Stewart, Stephen Tinker. 



Third Regiment of Cavalry. 

Eliflia Edgerton, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 

William Williams, jun. Major. Alexander Gordon, 
Adjutant. Samuel Nott, Chaplain. Lavius Fillmore, 
Quarter- Mafter. William Williams, Pay-Mafter. Con- 
ftant Merrick, Surgeon. Beriah Hartfhjrn, Sergeant* 
Major. Azel Edgerton, Quarter- Made r Sergeant. 

ift Company. I 3d Company. 

Dudley Tracy, Capt. I Jonathan Auftin. Capt. 

Eli Hartfliorn, ift Lieut. | Chrif. Raymond, ift Lieut. 



Alexander Gordon, 2d Lt. 
Afa Lathrop, Cornet. 

2d Company. 
Ifaac Hewet, Capt. 
Chefter Smith, ift Lieut. 
Stanton Ht wet, 2d ieut. 
Oliver Spicer, Cornet. 



Elifha Lyman, 2d Lieut. 
Frederick Miner, Cornet. 

4th Company. 
Thomas Wheeler, Capt. 
Goorge Swan, ift Lieut. 
Palmer Hewer, 2d Lieut. 
Benadam Williams y Cornct« 



( *40.) 

Fifth Brigade. 

Mofes Cleveland, Brigadier General. 

?ayne Cleveland, Brigade Major and Infpe&or. 

5th Regt. Lebbeus Larabee, Lieut. Col. Commandant 

Elijah Simmons, ift Maj. Daniel Crocker, 2d Maj. 

Eleazer Huntington, jun. Adjutant. Mofes C. Welch, 
Chaplain. Wm. Perkins, Quarter-Mafter. Ichaboc 
Ward, Pay-Mailer. Sam. Lee, jun. Surgeon. Trunv 
bull Dorrance, Surgeon's-Mate. 

Matrofs Company, 
Benjamin Hanks, Captain. Thomas Janes, ift Lieut 
Eleazer Stowe, 2d Lieut. 

Grenadier Company, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enfi?ns. 

Tho's Williams, Roger Clark, Stephen Fuller, 

Elipnaht Young, Jnhn Lathrop, Benj . Bibbins, 

John Salter, Ele'r Huntington, [ofhua Storrs, 

Vaniah Palmer, John Walden, Ic'nabod Ward, 

John Hender, Eleazer Biker, Charles Lord, 

Sam. Fuller, jun. Rofwell Prefton, Ifaac Staples, 

Artemus Gurley, Elifha Crane, Simeon Allih, 

John N. Sumner, "" , — — , 

Ezra Smith, Solomon Prefton, Elijah Eldridge, 

Royal Storrs, Nath'l I Dunham,Zach. Waldo. 

nth Regt. Lemuel Grofvenor, Lieut.'Gol, Commands 
James Danielfon, ift Maj. Hubbard Torry, 2d Maj* 

David Holmes, Adjutant. Wm- Graves, Chaplains 
Amos Payne, Quarter Mafter. Silvanus B^chus, Pay- 
Miller. Jartd Warner, Su;geon. Thomas Hubbard,! 
Surgeou's-Mate. 

WLitrofs Company. 
BunmellHubbard, Captain. Oliver Leaven*, ift L^rut.! 

Seril Lea, 2d Lieut. Reuben Taiict, Lt. fire- -worker. 



%aptains. 
Ibeaezer Fitch, 

Ibcl Prince, 

ohn Durkee, 
>antbrd Holmes, 
^J-dl Alexander, 
" cphen Froft, 
[ohn Day, 
Ephraim May, 
Amos Goodell, 
a.n. Sumner, jr. 
David Wilfon, 
Andrew Williams 



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Grenadier Company, 

Lieutenants. "Ensigns* 

Jedidiah Kimball, LutUer Baldwi» t 

Light Infantry, 
Ifaac Eavis, George Keith, 



Reuben Field, 
Leonard Mafon, 
Jofeph Cady, 
Sam Chapman,, 
Luther Warren, 
William May, 
Jona. Allice, 
Reuben Sharp, 



Abel Drefler, 
David Triffell, 
Benj. Cutler, 
Benj. Gilbert, 
Afael Simmons* 
Alfred Walker, 
Daniel P . ne, 
Greggs GorfF, 



,Elez. Bradway, John SVilfon. 



j 1 2th Ilegt. Daniel Tiklen, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
James Mafon, ifr, Maj. Elifha Bue-1, 2d Maj. 
Afa D«*tton, Adjutant. ZebuJon Ely, Chaplain. Vv'ni. 
Huntington, Quarter-Matte r. George O. Gilbert, Pay- 
Mafter. John L. Pierce, Surgeon. 
Mtit r of s Covipfif/y. 
Afa Torry, Capt. Bertj, Phelps, ift Lieut. Hubbard 
Button, 2d Lieutenant. 

Grenadier Company, 

Lieutenants. Enfijni. 

Stephen DTiiden,Silas Swift, 

Light Infantry, 
Amos Loomis, 



Captains, 
Wm. Swift, jr. 



Zabdiel Hyde, 



Simon Huntington, 
Hez. Biflell, 



Charles Gillet, Andrew Mann, 

Hez Hartflsorn, S-lai Brew&ejF, Seth Co.'lms, 

Seta Sartlett, Abiel Starks, Daniel Lee, 

Jofeph Carrier, jr. Timothy Phelps, Corns S lepard, 

Benj Bueil, jr. Daniel White, jr. Bez Hutchinfon, 

Rap : i Mack, Oliver Ingham, Samuel Peters, 

Baxtholo. furne^EHas Jones, Dudley Summers, 

J tiro Cole, Roger M<Call, Charles Williae^ 



( M* ) 

2lft Regt: Abel Amir©?, Lieut. Col, Commandant: 
bhubacl Hutcliins, I ft Maj. Mofes Robbins, 2d' Maj, 
Thomas vVheler, Adjutant Joel Benedict, Chaplain. 

Seflions Lefter, Quarter- Mailer. George Middleton, 

Pay-Mafter. Daniel Gordon, Surgeon. 

Matrofs €omjbany. 
D tvid Cleveland, Captain. Nathan Pike, \ ft Lieut. \ 
Daniel dearies, 2d Lieutenant, joel Lamb, 3d Lieut. 

Light Infantry. 

Captains* Lieutenants Enfigns. 

Fred. Andro?, - David Butt, Nathan j'ohnfofe, 

Gr sn, liter Company, 
Rofwell Parifli, AiaNowIen, Peter Morfe, 

Aaron Crary, Thomas WheelerJ John Gordon, 

ATa I Bacon, , Charles Morfe, jr. Jeremiah Brown, 
John CaiHp'uell, John Wii)y, Edith a Tucker, 

Sam. Douglais, {>aniel Whcekr, Seflions Lefter, 
A'a Burgas, A fa Butt, Vvm. D Fofter, 

P^ter Ber!ingc-.me» Ruffe 1 Vaugban, James Henrys, 
Loren Rabbins, Jofeph Palmer, Gilmore Kobbins, 
Joe 00 Rood, Samuel Sprague, Ifaae Day, 

Benj. Wood, Jofeph Gilbert, S. Moredack. 

Fifth Regiment of Cavalry. 

Jacob Loomis, Lieut. Col* Commandant. 

Ephraim B Fay, Major. John . \V. Chandler, Adju- 
tant, stepnen Buckingham, Quarter Mafter. Samuel 
Dorrance, Pay- Mafter. Thadius Clark, Surgeon, jo- 
fiah Fuller, Surgeon's-Mate. 



. ift Company. 
■ ■■ ™— , Captain. 
Orrin Srorrs, ift Lieut. 
Confide r Alhn, 2d Lieut. 



2d Company. 
Nathan Gallop, Captain. 
&fias Parkhurft, 1 ft Lieut. 
J;hti Filh, 2d Lieut. 
Patrick Campbell,. Corn*t. 



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3d Company, 
faiah Loomis, Captain. 
|Jofeph Metcalf, ift Lieut. 
John Newcornb, 2d Lieut. 
Simeon Hans, Cornet. 



4th Company. 
CbeflerChilds, Captain. 
Squire Se-ffions, ift Lieut. 
John W. Chancier, ad Lt. 
Chefler Cady, Cornet. 



ourth Divifion, confiftiagof 6th & 8th Brigades, 



©avid Smith, Efq. Major General, 
"f » >Aids de Cam}. 

Sxth Brigade. 

Uriah Tracy, Brigadier-General, 
Frederick Wolcott, Brigade M. jor and Infpedor. 

|l4th Regt. Adonij ah Strong, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Elijah Stanton, lft Maj. Jere. W. Phelps, 2ti IVLj. 

John Elmore, Adjutant. Jof. W. Croflman, Chaplain, 
"iram Bofworth, gnarter-Mafter. M. Strong, Pay- 
^after. Benjamin Welih, Surgeon. 



Captains. 

iles Lewis, 
ofeph Canfield, 
jlas Franklin, 
JVlilo Lee, 
John Hollabird, 
Daiiel Johnftone, 
Daniel Pettibone, 
Stephen Holt, 
David Hun , 
Stephen Allen, 
Nat. Stevens, jr. 



Lieutanants. 

Salmon Hunt. 
Phil® Nichols, 
John Kood, 
Jer. Buihnel, 
jer. Horsford, jr. 
Samuel BiiTell, 
Afael Cafe, 
Lawrence Mills, 
Joel Cowles, 
Henry "VV.ndoxen, 
Eiuur plunger, 



Enfigns, 

Edmund Dunning, 
Jehiel Everet, 
JofephFeilov*^ jr. 
James Follet, 
Samuel Horsford, 
Stephen Reed, 
John Bradley, 
"llofwol! Humphry, 
James PI rot. 
Henry Gains, 
Benjamin Bigelow. 



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17th Regt. Heber Stone, Lieut Col. Commamkat; 
Ephraim Kirby, ift Maj. Ifaiah Tuthill, 2d Mij. 

Joel Bradley,, Adjutant. Judah Champion, Chaplaii 
Roger Skinner, Quarter Maft#r. Daniel \V. Levis 
Pay-Mafter. Abel Catlin, jr. Surgeon 



Captains, 
John Phelps, 
Lewis Kilborn, 
Norman Bueil, 
Fred. Phelps, 
Jofeph Taylor, 
Nat'l Goodwin, 
Daniel Scorel, 
Seth Cole, 
Solo. Simmons, 
James Marfti, 



Lieutenants. 
Thos. Gellier, 
James Burge, 
Salmon Buell, 
Lyman Catlin, 
RofwellWillfon, 
Eldad Gibbs, 
Levi Frifbie, 
Wm Battle, 
Philo Gibbs, 
Nath'l Marlh, 



Enfigns, 
James Stone, 
Eliada Ofborn, 
Horace Baldwin^, 
Jofiah Pond, 
Jofeph Phelps, 
Elias Hinfdale, 
Thomas C.Ofbori 

Sam. W. Spencei 
Stephen San ford, 



25th Regt. Ifrael Jones, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Mofes Kellog, Major. 

Phinehas Caldwell, Adjutant. Publius WBooge 
Chaplain. Thomas C. Brinfmade, Quarter- M after • 
Ozias Bronfon, jwn P*y-Mafter. Jeremiah Wiilcoat 
Surgeon. Rofwell Abernathy, Surgeon's- Mate. 

Grenadiers. 

Lieutenants, Enfgns. 

EarlesTharp, Syl v. Seymour. 

Light Infinity* 
Mofes Wright, Preferved Griffey 



Captains. 
Sliphaiet Auflin, 

Ifeac Tilley, 

Jehiel Benham, 
Thoma Bufhnel, 
Benoni Bronfon, 
Humphry Cafe, 
Timothy Enfign, 
Alaph Phelps, 
George Frazier, 
Jehiel Wile**, 



Jofeph Cowles, 
Ahel Mofes, 
Sam'l v-etinorc, 
Seth f mirh, 
John Benning, 
James Porter, 
John Wright, 
Abner Meilenger, 



Afahel Cowles, 
Jehiel Meachnm, , 
BenjaminBenedicl 
Joel Rexford, 
Eli Wilder, 
Reuben Rockwell 
Zenas Wilfon, 
Ifaiah Tuthill. 



C H5 ) 

;fe Regt. AugufUn Taylor, Lieut. Col. 6cw«flft»dt» 
Beiij. Gould, ift Maj. Tim. Hale, 2d Maj. 

faac Hunt, Adjutant, Cotton M. Smith, Chaplain- 
imuel L; ma«, Quarter- Mailer. George King, Pay- 
Waiter, John B. Gagcr, Surgeon. Eliiha North, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Artillery, 

lamuel Canfield, Capt. Judfon Canfield, ift Lieutenant. 

Daniel St. John, 2d Lieut. 



Gaptains. 
Shades Jackfon, 
Jirdfey Norton, 
)emas Mather, 
cCe Stanley, 

icnj- BilI > 
)aniel Gay, 
Vbr. Humphrey, 
ohn Fuller, 
Tbo. St. John, 
*eah Rogers, 



Lieutenants. 
John Millers, 
JYIofes Lyman, 
Wait Williams, 
Timo. Collins, 
Neh. Clark, 
Calvin Gay, 
John Dickiafon, 
Seth Wright, 
Allen Barftow, 
H*zekiah Gould, 



Enfigtis. 
Eli Pierce, 
David Wadhamsj 
Jelhua Level, 
Seth YVadhams, 
Stiles Peck, 
Adonij ahGrifwoIoj 
Abijah. Coe, 
Salmon Beard, 

John Read. 



Sixth Regiment of Cavalry. 

John A* Sedgwick,, Lieut. C©3. Commandant. 

David Thompfon, Major. Elijah Gaylord, Adjutant, 
fc.hel Hooker, Chaplain. Norman Gnfwolc, Quarter- 
jjafttr. David Smith, Sergeant-Major. Jokn Gri£» 
►old, Quarter-MafterVSergeant. Samuel Carringtcn, 
Surgeon. 



I ift Company, 
laufiell Hunt, Captain. 
Abraham Buit, ift Lieut. 
(avid Pattcrfon, 2d Lieut, 
as PaUeribn, Cornet. 



ad Company. 
William Graut, Captain. 
Thadcieus Grifwrold, 1 ft Lt. 
Iia Loomi*, ad Jicut. 

| William A. Stoiic, Corner* 



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gd Company. 
Shancey Seymour, Cnpt. 
Benjamin Wells, ift lieut. 
Ifaac Jones, 2d lieut.- 
Vacant, Cornet. 



4th Company. 
Aaron Bradley, Captains 
Elijah GaylOrd, jft Went. 
Jacob KilbSrn, 2d lieut. 
Uriah Hopkins, Comet. 



Eighth Brigade. 

David Judfon, Brigadier General. 
William Cogswell, Brigade Major and Infpefror. 

i3frh Regt. Joel Hinman, Lieut. Col. Commandt. 
Ephr. Hinman, ifl Maj. G. H. Cunningham, 2d Maj,- 

David Tallman, Adjutant. Noah Benedift, Chaplain. 
Pfeineha's Pond. Quarter- Made r. Richard B Marshall, 
Pay'-Mafter. Nathaniel Perry, surgeon, Anthony Bar* 
rett, surgeon's mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. EnfignS. 

AVm Bronfon, N. A. Stoddard, Daaiel Bacon, 

•''David Hammond, Samis Bbkelay, 

Benj. Pierce, - Michael Han, 

DeJiv. Painter, Timo. Liufley, 

Benj. Judfon, jr. Juftusf Miner, 

Nathan Haw ley, Miah H. Brown, 

Samuel Blois, Amos Warner, 

Bonnet French, Aaron Bronfon, 

Mofes Wheeler, Silas Bennet. 



Afa Stodda 
Noah Martin, 
Samuel viller, 
Bethuel Treaty 
David Lev it, jr. 
Lewis Stiles, 
Tim trong,jr 
Hez. Hine, 



26th Regt. David Baldwin, Lieut. Co 1 . Commandant.' 
J.uftrus Barnum, ill Maj S0J0. Warner, 2d Maj. 

Afa Chapman, A#jut*f!t. Edward Ely, Quarter- Maf- 
*er, Samuel C. Biackman, Pay-Mafter. Beunet Per- 
ry, surgeon. 

Artillery. 

Nathan Dibble, Captain. E^ra Bronfon, ift lieut 
Bethel Morris, ad lieut. 



Captains. 

Alex. M'Lean, 
|| Amos Mfcrris, 

Kuflell White, 
|| Ezra S Merman, 

Serojah Buniham, 

Philip Brufh, 

Benj. Peck, 

Ala North nip. 

Smith Booth, 



( M7 ) 

Lieutenants. 

John M'Lean, jr. 

Stephen Sanford, 
Noah Knap, 
AbijahB; Curtifs, 
Philo Fairchild, 
Run a Rockwell, 
Abel Burnham, 
Ruggles Warner 
Lamfon Birch, 



Ensigns,. 
Ezra Wildman, 
Sherman Botsfbrd, 
Silas Abbott, 
Jkmes Glover, jr. 
Oliver BuelJ, 
Matt. Northup. jr. 
Ethel Beebe, 
David Kamblin, 
Sam. Beers, jr. 



26th Regt. Daniel Potter, Lieut. Col. Coxuxnsndfnt. 
Wm. Leavenworth, ift Maj. N. Baldwin, ad Maj. 

Lir.as Fenn, Adjutant. Uriel Griciley, Chaplain.— 
Noah N.Iirunfon, (Quarter Mailer. Jbiiah smith, Pay- 
Mailer. John i^Iton, surgeons mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfgns. 

John King {bury, Am. Talmadge, Allen Wells, 

Richard Fenn, John'Merrianii 

Micah Blakcflee, Oliver Todd, 

Garret Smith, London Ljvelandj 

John Lewis, Richard Warner^ 

J of. Twucht*U, Afacl Lv-ne, 
Japhe.t Beuham, 



Eliftia Frofty 
Caleb Hickox, 
Amos Seymour, 
Eleazer Judd, 
Enos Hickox, 
Street Richards, 
Levi Brunfon, 
Eph'm Tuttle, 



Jofiah Tyler, 



29th Regt. Perry Averill, Lieut. Col Comrnam'aniv 
Ozias Buell, i£l M.j. Reuben Warner, 2d Maj. 

LyfanderCurtifs, Adjutant. Eben. Porter, Chaplain, 
Aftier Canfield, Oaurter- Matter. Philo Ruggles-, Pay- 
Mafter. Ghauncy Lowrey, surgeon. Ebenezer Smithy 
Surgeon's mate. 

Mitrofs. 

Ifaac Plumb, Captain, invert Moody, ift Lieutenant 
Amos Smith, 2d Lieutenant. 



B. Ingerfell, 
Peter Pratt, jr. 
B. R. Bo&wick, 
Ft. Fa'ler, 
Abner Mollifter, 
K baser Warner, 
Salmon Sacket, 
Wm. Cogfarell, 
Amos IlubbelJj 
Abij ah Trsat, 



( M» ) 

Lieutenants, 
Ab'm Hayes, 
E. Chamberlain, 
Beebs Hine, 
Abij an Berry, 
Timo. Mitchell, 
Uriah Saaford, 
Stephen Blake, 
Richard Elliot, 
Bennet Picket, 
Caleb Beech, 



Daniel Lines, 

Ab'm Fuller, 
Natk'l Taylor, 
Ethel Carter, 
Daniel Calhoun, 
Daniel Ferris, 
Ifaac Sturtevanfj 
Nat. P. Arerill, 
Wm. C Potter, 
Nathan Betts. 



Eighth Regiment of Cavalry 

Robort Hannah, Lieut. Col. Comraandt. 
William Taylor, Maj. George D. Kafbn, Adjutant.' 
Aael Bacchus, Gfajriain. Samuel W. Sonthmayd, Pay- 1 
Mailer, Titus Mull, surgeon, 



lit Company, 
Friend Clark, capt«in. 
David Campt, jr. ift lieut. 
Andrew Martin, ad lieut. 
Nathan Ramfey, cernet. 

ad Company. 
Seta Comltock, captain. 
I. a ft run-on; ift li*ot. 
John tfrifto), 2d lieut. 
— i— — ■» ■ * , cornet. 



3d Company. 
Edmund Lockwoorf, capt. 
Anthony Gurnfey, l r It. 
Ifrael Holmes, 2a iient. 
Eli Barnes, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Stephen Chittenden, capt. 
Herman. Canfielo, ift lieut* 
Solomon Titus, as) lieut. 
Thomas ^aniord, cornet. 



g^f Tha Foregoing ;s a c;>py of th« returns 
made to the Adjutant General 1 ail fall ; fiace which the 
following Resignations ana* Promotions have taken places 

David Smith, Efq. Major General of the 4th Divifion,! 
refigned; no appointment in his place. 

27ft Regt. Major Mafes Robbins, refigned ; Rofwell 
Parifh, appointed Major. 

a8th Regt. Major Edmund Curtifs, jun, refigned } 
Ephraim J. Wilceckfon, appointed Mnj or. 



( »49- ) 



S^th Regt. jEpl. E. S. Palmer, refigned ; Edward 
jSwan, appointed Colonel. John Baldwin, Maj * 

lz Hegt. Mrj. M. Hotchkifs, refigntd ; Benjamin 
llBull, appointed Major. 

The alterations in the lower grades we have not re* 
lift! red. 

Miffionary Society. 

H^Borable John Treadwell, Chairman, 
Reverend Abel Flint, Secretary of the trufr 3 
Andrew Kingfbury, Efq. Treasurer, 
John Porter, Efq. Comptroller of accounts. 
Trujiecs for the prefent year. 
Hon. John Treadwell, Hon. Roger Newberry, Hon, 
Heman 5-wift, Hon. Jonathan Brace, Hon. Jobn Daven- 
port, Jofhua Lathrep, Efq'rs, Rever'd, MefTrs. Benja- 
[min Trumbull, D. D. Levi Hart, Nathan Williams, ©. 
| P. Cyprian Strong, Nathan Strong, Charles Backus. 
J The folleiuing are new en teur. 

Rev'd MeiPrs Kinne, Wiilifton, Bulhnel, King, aai 
Dana. 

ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS, 

Rev. Evan Rogers, Hebron. E. 

Rev. M. Gillet, do. p. 

Elijah Hubbard, jun. Attorney Middletown, 
Calvin Willcy, Attorney Stafford. 

Reprefentative to Corgrefs. 
James Sheatfe, Ne.w-Hzmpfliire* 
Britilh Conful. 
»rt 3 ° lm W al,fce r E% for Gror^a. 
Theodore Sedgwick, fpeaktr of the Federal Houfe of 
tleprefentatives. 
Eleftion of OfHcers of Con. G. Lndge, read A.L- 5799- 
I age m, laft line but one, dele the word foreign 

N 2 



OFFICIAL LIST OF THE 

AMERICAN NAVY. 

FRIGATES. 

Guns* 

"United States 44 Com. John Barry. 

Canftitution 44 Capt. Si las Talbot. 

Preftdent 44 Building at N. York. 

Chef apeak 44 Capt. Saml. Barron. 

Philadelphia 44 Capt. Stepb. Decatur* 

Conftellatiw 36 Capt. The. Truxton* 

Congrefs 36 Capt. James Sever 

New-York 36 Building at W. York 

Infurgente 3^ Capt. Alex. "hlurrny. 

Epx 32 Capt. E-wd. Prebble. 

John Adams 3 a Capt. George Crofs. 

* Adams - 32 Capt. R. V. Morris* 

Geo. WaJhingUn 32 Capt. Pat. Fletcher. 

3o(xdn 32 Capt. Geo. Little. 

General Greene 32 Cnpt. C. R. Perry. 

SHIPS of WAR. 



Ganges 

Pcrtfmrith 

hlarrirntck 

Connecticut 

J$ ultimo re 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Herald 

TntJ^bull 

Pet.tpfco 

Warren 

k Norfolk 

Richmond 
Pixckney 



26 "Capt. J. Muttony. 
24 D M'Neill. 

24 Mofes Brown. 

24 Mofes Try on* 

20 Lieut. Coivper. 
20 Capt. Tbos. Baker. 
20 John Rodders. 

2 Lt. C. C. RiijJ'el. 

1 3 Mas. & Cim* n. Jewel* 

18 €apt. Henry Geddes. 
;8 Ma- & Co. T- Newman. 
BR/G5. 

n "> Mifter and C Amman dcr 
5 Wiitia.-n Ba'i 'nh ridge. 
16 Lt. Cyrus Taliot. 
16 Lt % Samuel Hywrd, 



( t« ) 

Engle 14 It. Hugh Campbell* 

JLugufia 14 Lt. Arch M'Eiroy* 

Pickering 14 It. HitLr. 

Scammel 14 Lt. Mark Fernald* 

SCHOO N E R S. 
Experiment 12 Lt. Milcy. Entcrprize 12 Lt. Shavt: 
GALL I£S. 
2 in Georgia, 3 in South '-Carolina, 2 in North Carolina* 

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\ LMANACK, t Page 4 
JL Attornies, Circuit 
otirt, Connecticut, 67 
dditi<-r.s&:Alteiations,i49 
anks, Conn. i?.a 

incinnati. 81 



Cities, Conn. 68 

Clergy, &:c. 70 

Colleges, &c, 75 

Courts, Federal, 84 

New-Hampfhire. 91 

- Maiiachufetts, 90 



mmmm Connecticut, 9» 
—— Rhode-Ifiand, 88 
•— Vermont, 89 

Connecticut Government 
Executive and Legis- 
lative, 4* 
Judicial and Civil, 48 
Hartford county, 4* 
New-Haven, 5 
New-London, 53 
Fairfield, 55 
Windham, 57 
; Litchfield, 59 
Middlefex,_ 61 
Tolland, 63 
Buties, imp oft 17 

— tonnage, ^ §2 

— Articles free, 31 

— Terms of credit, 36 

— Allowances, 34 
•«• Bonds, 37 

— Information general 40 

— Payable in, 3a 

— Rates of Coins, for 

eftimating __ 33 

*- Stamps, in 

do. abridged, 1.53 

Freeman's Meetings, 2 

Free Mafoas, Corinelt. 81 

- R.Ifland, 83 

Grand Lift, Conn. 92 

Governors of States, 95 
Medical Society, 83 

Militia, 6onn. 124 

Miffionary Soaiety, 149 
Notaries, Conn. 68 

Nomination, Congrcfs, 66 

Ailiftants, 65 

Probate Courts, Con. 64 



Ports of entry, gfll 

Reftri&ions on importa- 
tion, 39 

Roads, nf 

Rhode-Ifland Officers, 
Executive, Ltgifla- 
tive, and Judicial, 86 

Militia General Officers,8& 

Vermont Governor, 
Council, &rc. 89 

Tax on Houfes, &rc rr4 

Report Commif- 

fioners, ii£ 

Table, tides, 121 

— rateable polls, &"C n® 

— Coins reduced to j 

dollars, &c. 16 

— Inteieft on dollars, 

&c 155 

— do. Lawful Money, 15a. 

— Weight and Value 

of Coins, 154 

— Value of cents in 

Lawful Money, 151 
Town Clerks, Con. 7S. 

Treasurers, 78 

United States officers, 

Executive and ftate, 9$ 
Senators, 96 

Representatives, 97 

Judicial, 99 

Revenue, external 102 

— Internal, Conn. 109 
Mint, 103 
Navy, 150 
CommifTIoners of Loans,ro4 
General officers army, 109 
iVi snifters and Confuis, 105 
Poft-Office, 116 



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